On Mon, 20 Aug 2001, Egan, Matt B. (Artco) wrote: > > I would gladly put some time in but I lack highly in skill. I have a hard > enough time installing windows I doubt I could write anything worth a damn Heh... installing Windows (so that it actually WORKS CORRECTLY) is a much tougher job than most programming assignments :) At least programs and compilers give you error messages instead of making you guess and/or reinstall, like Windows does. (sorry, I just have to complain about Windows every chance that I get) > Scott I think it was one of your post I read awhile back (it might have been > way back) anyway it was dealing with changing the initial Startup font I > changed something in some startup script anyway I can remember where I > changed it now. I looked through the archives and couldn't see it anymore > does this ring a bell It rings several bells :) I've posted messages on this topic several times. Is it this one? http://archive.midrange.com/linux5250/200108/msg00016.html At any rate, the font is probably being set in one of 3 places: ~/.tn5250rc /usr/local/etc/tn5250rc /usr/local/bin/xt5250 If that doesn't help, you could try searching the archives of this list for the particular message that you had in mind: http://archive.midrange.com/linux5250/index.htm Hope that helps...
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