#92 Terminal Window Wrong Size

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nobody
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2014-01-13
2013-04-21
Anonymous
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The default terminal size is supposed to be 80x25. Preferences->Current Profile->Appearance with "Size" option checked shows Width 80 and Height 25. I assume these are default values; there are no "width" or "height" in Profiles/Default file. The actual terminal size is 80x24 for new instances as well as with new windows from existing instance (Ctrl+Shift+N).

IF "width=80" and "height=25" are manually added to Profiles/Default, then terminal starts with correct 80x25 size.

Roxterm-gtk2 (not gtk3) 2.6.5 on Debian Wheezy (just pre-stable) with Openbox 3.5.0 (with and without Compton compositor).

Discussion

  • Tony Houghton
    Tony Houghton
    2013-04-21

    There definitely is a mismatch between the default heights as used by terminals and the profile editor, thanks for reporting it. I think the default should be 24, that's what gnome-terminal and xterm use.

     


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