Outstanding, the "ctl-right click" and set to huge did it for me.  Was
that in the doc?  If so sorry I missed it... With that I don't need to
mess with the fonts just yet.

Thanks!

Joel
http://www.rpgnext.com


On Wed, 2003-09-03 at 14:39, James Rich wrote:
> Joel Cochran wrote:
> 
> > I've just started using xt5250 and have read through the doc provided by
> > James Rich (thanks, even a Linux newbie could follow it). I've got
> 
> I'm glad it is useful.
> 
> > .tn5250rc and my user defined .Xdefaults files set up and xt5250 is
> > working great.  I have two questions, though: the font is 7x13, but what
> > does that actually mean?  Can anyone give me some alternate font sizes
> 
> Use 'xlsfonts' to get a list of available fonts (on my system it is a 
> huge list and zooms past on the screen.  I usually use 'xlsfonts | less' 
> to view the list).  Among the many fonts listed is 7x14, 8x13, 8x16, 
> 9x15.  See if any of those will work for you.  Alternatively, you can 
> use xfontsel to see the fonts and then use the name it shows in place of 
> 7x13.
> 
> > to experiment?  Secondly, is there a way to make the window contents
> > bigger?  I have a small resolution on my machine and it is very hard to
> > read.  Changing the window size simply increases the black around the
> > text but does not increase the text itself.
> 
> Making the window contents larger can be done with Control-right click 
> and selecting the size you want.
> 
> James Rich
> 
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