Re: Font size in nxterm

Ian A. Lowe (ilowe@ibm.net)
Sat, 22 Aug 1998 23:21:26 -0400


Thank you for the quick response.  When you use nxterm -font at the command
line are you also able to set the fontsize.  I have tried your suggestions
but still seem stuck with the same font size.

Ian


Thadeu Penna wrote:

> Ian A. Lowe wrote:
> >
> > I am brand new to AfterStep, and already love it.  By brand new, I mean
> > I installed it earlier today.
> >
> > I am trying to figure out how to change the font size in nxterm.  If I
> > don't succeed, I think I will go blind :)
>
> You can try two alternatives:
> 1) nxterm -font Name_of_the_font
> Name_of_the_font: choose one using xfontsel, kfontmanager, etc..
>
> 2) edit .Xdefaults and include the line
> nxterm*font: Name_of_the_font
>
> Then
> xrdb .Xdefaults
> to update the database. Using this way, you should just type nxterm.
> I have used the 9x15 font in a 1240x928 display.
>
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