Chapter Introduction (Customizing exmh)

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exmh is built with the assumption that you'll want to customize it to some degree. This chapter describes the four ways to customize exmh:

Although this chapter gives only basic information about X resources and Tcl programming, you should be able to do a lot of what you need with no more introduction. Look at the examples; imitate what's already been done in the files that exmh uses. If you'd like more information, try the online Tcl(1) and Tk(1) manual pages. The Reference List suggests some books. Several sections of this book explain the MH profile -- especially Section An MH Profile, in General.

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