David Raleigh Arnold wrote:
> Larry Alkoff wrote:
> 
>> David Raleigh Arnold wrote:
>>> Larry Alkoff wrote:
>>>
>>>> I am trying to specify a larger font for dosemu 1.2.2
>>>> than the default font specified in ~/.dosemu of
>>>> # $_X_font = ""                 # default 8.5"w x 4.25"h
>>> It took me a very long time to find out that I could use xdosemu
>>> and drag the window to fill the screen and it would use a larger
>>> font automatically.  You knew that though, right?  daveA
>>>
>> Hello David.  No, I did not know that.
>> I just tried to adjust the Kterm with dosemu running and the window
>> does not adjust at all.
>>
>> This might possibly be the font I'm running, which was selected
>> because I wanted a bigger Kterm - the larger font seems to provide a
>> larger Kterm window to accommodate it.
>>
>> My large font is
>>    $_X_font = "vga12x30"           # The biggest 11" wide x 8.5"high
>>
>> What is your font setting?  Maybe yours is adjustable and mine is not
> 
> not dosemu, xdosemu. x, x, x!  I believe xdosemu is nothing but a
> wrapper which makes dosemu use the xfonts.  Typing "xdosemu" in
> an eterm opened another term, which I don't think was 'e', but I
> could be wrong.  IAC, it was adjustable.  daveA 
> 


Sorry for the confusion David.  I always start dosemu in KDE with 
xdosemu either from the command line or icon.

Actually xdosemu is soft linked to dosemu but the script can tell which 
way it was called and act accordingly.

Larry

-- 
Larry Alkoff N2LA - Austin TX
Using Thunderbird on Linux

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