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Bug#318162: xterm bold text became incredibly ugly after upgrading to x.org

On Wednesday 13 July 2005 04:54 pm, Thomas Dickey wrote:
> The bad sample would be easier to compare if it used the same fontsize as
> the good one (and if I had some idea what the font resource settings in
> use were).  Also - not sure whether this is a Debian patch issue, or my
> bug - it would be nice if you could compile/test the upstream package
> (whatever "xterm -v" says).

  They do use the same font size (called "Default" by xterm in both cases); 
I'm not sure what you're getting at there.  Maybe you mean that they have 
different terminal sizes; I've updated the 'bad' one to use the same terminal 
size as the 'good' one (for obvious reasons I can't take another 'good' 

  When I was using the Debian X packages, I just stuck to the default Debian 
xterm settings; with the X.org stuff, I may have had some sort of mixture of 
Debian and X.org settings (I'm not sure).


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