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Re: [vox-tech] HP & xterm



On Wed, 28 Nov 2001, Jay Strauss wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> 
> This is totally non-linux related, but I know a bunch of you work on other
> platforms.  My configuration is:
> 
> win2k running hummingbird/exceed xserver
> HP v11
> 
> How do/can I control the size of the font in my xterm window.  Moreover, is
> this a function of xterm or a function of my x server (my guess its a
> function of xterm).  When I man xterm I see there is a
> '-fn' where I can set the font (What values can I set this to??) but I don't
> see anything like font size.

See "MENUS" section under man page.  For me, fontMenu pops up 
using control-rightmousebutton.

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