[lug] gnome nxterm question
hodges at srrb.noaa.gov
Fri Feb 11 13:48:46 MST 2000
Good idea Hugh, but that wasn't it. I just finished messing around
with nxterm some more, and now have it working as it always was. Not
sure why though...
I first typed <nxterm -help>, and started trying out all the options.
When I got to -name, the window size changed back to 80x25. I then
edited my launcher to use the option -name instead of -T, and it worked
as always. I was even able to use the geometry command. I suppose there
is a good explanation for all this, but since its working again, I'm on
to different things... Like work...
On Thu, 10 Feb 2000, Hugh Brown wrote:
> Look in your .Xresources or .Xdefaults I can't remember which. See if
> there is a comment about xterm geometry in there.
> Gary Hodges wrote:
> > I have a launcher for nxterm on my gnome panel. Since many moons ago, it
> > would launch nxterms with a default geometry of 80x30 (30 is an estimate).
> > I was just playing around with some of the gnome and enlightenment
> > configuration tools, e.g. themes and backgrounds, and now my nxterm
> > windows launch as 133x33. Even if I try to force the geometry to
> > something else, they still launch as 133x33. What in the world is going
> > on? xterm still works as expected. That's all the data I have...
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