Dave Feustel wrote: > I would like to have xterm use a bold (and possibly slightly larger) > font to make it easier for me to read. > > How do I change the default font used by xterm. > > Thanks. > Are you actually using xterm, or are you using something like gnome-terminal or the KDE equivalent? The way you change it is different depending on the program used. If you are really trying to set xterm, you can use the "-fn font" option to set the normal font. There are a lot more options that can be set in the xterm resource file. It may be worth while learning about resource files if you are not going to use a desktop manager, or programs that are not desktop manager aware, and want to customize the appearance. You can also change some of the settings for the current secession using ctrl-<mouse button> to see how they will look before making permanent changes. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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