Re: aterm's -geometry option

Thadeu Penna (tjpp@bu.edu)
Mon, 18 Jan 1999 20:27:53 +0000 (/etc/localtime)


On 19 Jan, Jeff Jadwin wrote:
> Not exactly Afterstep, but it is the Afterstep Terminal...close enough
> right?  ;-)
> 
> The '-geometry' or '-g' option of aterm lets you set the size of the
> window (ie. 80x25 characters) or the window location (using standard X
> geometry), but doesn't seem to let you do both.  If I specify size and
> location after the same -g I get the usage output, implying the command
> line is wrong.  If I use 2 separate -g options; one with size and one
> with location, the latter overrides the former.  Is it possible to
> specify both size and location in the command line, or do I have to go
> about it some other way?

aterm -geometry widthxheight+posx+posy

example

aterm -geometry 80x25+1+2

 

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