From: Quintin Riis <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "Gerald S. Stoller" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
CC: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: xterm
Date: Sat, 06 Mar 2004 03:59:50 -0600

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`man xterm' `man xfontsel' :)

Read man xterm a long yime ago, it didn't help (although it mentions
the -fn option, it doesn't tell me how to use it nor give an example). Read
man xfontsel now, but it didn't help. Anyway, problem solved (via the
-fn option someone wrote me about but that email disappeared somehow
[may have been deleted accidentally] so I can't thank him).


Quintin

Gerald S. Stoller 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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