John,

I'm using xt5250 on a Kubuntu box and the way I do it is to start an xt5250 session and then hold down the left control key and right click the mouse in the xt5250 window (hold down the mouse button!). Then select a font size.

Hope that helps!
Benny


On 10/01/2010 03:53 PM, John Aldrich wrote:
I thought I knew how to fix this, but obviously I don't, since I'm
emailing here... :-)

I have a Debian Lenny box that I'm trying to use for an AS/400
terminal using TN5250/xt5250. Unfortunately, neither one is usable
right now. The TN5250 won't work with the Function keys and xt5250
just gives me a SMALL window with even smaller text.

I remember something about changing the font, but I don't recall how
to do that. Could someone post an example and instructions on how to
do that, or point me to how? I *did* Google, but sometimes my
Google-Fu stinks. :-(

Thanks...



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