Re: xterm font size
Starting the xterm with the option "-fn 7x14" helps the font and window size
without having to modify any files. I do this when having to deal with many
different X11 based machines.
On Wednesday 11 July 2007 02:35, АКбара wrote:
> You can change the fontsize in /etc/X11/Xresourses/xterm (if you are the
> only user). Mine is:
> ~$ cat /etc/X11/Xresources/xterm
> XTerm*font: -*-terminus-medium-*-*-*-14-*-*-*-*-*-cp1251
> XTerm*background: black
> XTerm*foreground: gray
> XTerm*scrollTtyOutput: no
> XTerm*scrollKey: yes
> On Tue, Jul 10, 2007 at 05:00:59PM -0700, Bill Moseley wrote:
> > I just got a new T60p wide screen (1680x1050) running X Window System
> > Version 7.2.0 (xorg).
> > I'm using icewm as my window manager.
> > The xterm fonts are nice, but too small. I can use xfontsel to browse
> > fonts, but I can't seem to find the one xterm is using (so that I
> > might make it bigger). Is there a way to tell what font my xterm is
> > using?
> > My DPI setting is correct so shouldn't I be able to pick a font by
> > point size and have it be the correct size?
> > Plenty to pick from...
> > $ DISPLAY=:0.0 xlsfonts | wc -l
> > 7358
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