Great info! Thanks!
[mailto:fluxbox-users-admin@... Behalf Of Ava
Sent: Friday, September 27, 2002 5:18 PM
To: Fluxbox-Users (E-mail)
Subject: Re: [Fluxbox-users] (newbie) - groupfile & font sizes
[Mark Knecht - Fri, 27 Sep 2002 10:11:27 AM CDT]
> Looking at the F1 console, I noticed a message about .fluxbox/styles
> existing, so I created that and moved a custom style that I had put in
> /usr/local/share/fluxbox/styles. That solved that message. I am, however,
> still getting a message in the console
> Faild to load groupfile:
> What's that about?
The group file field in .fluxbox/init is, by default, blank. But if you
have a group file, it defines window classes for auto-tab-grouping.
The documentation on http://fluxbox.sf.net has a guide to this and more.
> Q2: How can I change the default font size and window size for the xterm
> the menu?
Edit your ~/.Xdefaults file. (It's an ancient X thing.) You probably
want at least the following entries:
XTerm*font: <whatever font you want, should be a monospaced>
XTerm*geometry: <width in characters, *not* pixels>x<height in characters>
To see what else you can set, find the app defaults file for xterm. It
should be under some directory in /usr/X11 or /usr/X11R6, or in /etc/X11
(if you're on Debian Linux) and called XTerm.
After you edit your .Xdefaults, you need to run
xrdb merge .Xdefaults
to get the changes to affect the rest of your X session. You should
probably put the same line in your .xsession or .xinitrc file so you
don't have to do it every time you log in.
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