On Fri, 2006-03-03 at 21:11 +1300, Carey Evans wrote: > Rich Duzenbury wrote: > > The real issue that I'm trying to solve is that the terminal window is > > very tiny and unreadable. To partially remedy, I hit control-right > > click and select 'huge', but it's still not large enough for my taste, > > though it is usable. > > xt5250 just uses xterm (falling back to rxvt, then x-terminal-emulator > on Debian), so it should work as long as xterm works. Does starting up > an xterm work in a UTF-8 locale? > Everything (basically) works. However, warnings are issued relating to fonts when LANG=en_US.UTF-8, which may or may not be relevant to my problem. Results do appear to be visibly identical (other than the warnings) regardless of which of the two LANG settings are selected. The terminal window is too small in both cases. Unreadable at the default size and barely acceptable at the 'huge' setting. How does tn5250 select it's fonts? Are there some controllable settings somewhere? Thanks. Regards, Rich
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