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    If I don't have a .Xresources file, where does xterm get it's default values from?
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    Xterm gets it's defaults from either .Xresources or the command arguments, I don't think it comes from anywhere else. You could always make an .Xresources, though.

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    Yea, I don't have a default .Xresources file. Unless it was compiled with certain default options, I'm assuming that it will inherit this from some other file.
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    What problems are you having with the defaults?

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    There are no problems. I'm just trying to find out where it get it's default settings from.
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