ebudd at grokking.org
Fri Mar 5 14:03:30 PST 2004
On Fri, 05 Mar 2004 16:42:26 -0500
"Gerald S. Stoller" <gs_stoller at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I use xterm a lot and I always set the font size to
> tiny which requires (to my current knowledge) an additional
> action (this action is particularly reprehensible to me because
> it requires that I use both hands, one on the mouse and one on
> the keyboard) after the window is opened. Is there anyway I
> can specify this along with the xterm invocation, say by
> setting an environment variable appropriately?
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You can add the fontsize as a parameter when you invoke it, like this:
xterm -fn <fontsize>
I use 'xterm -fn 9x15' on a high res monitor and set it (along with some
other params) in my window manager (blackbox) menu config.
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