how to reduce the font size in emacs?
anders at trudheim.co.uk
Tue Jun 24 13:37:28 UTC 2008
* Chris Jones <jonesc at hep.phy.cam.ac.uk> [20080624 15:31]:
> I have the following in my ~/.emacs file
> ;; Display settings
> (setq default-frame-alist
> (width . 100)
> (height . 70)
> (font .
> (mouse-color . "Pink")
> (cursor-color . "Pink")
> (background-color . "Black")
> (foreground-color . "White")
> The above is to make the font bigger not smaller, but you get the idea ;)
> You need to choose the font to suit what you want. I use xfontsel for this.
Shift-Mouse1 gives you a menu to select with. You can also do
$ emacs -fn 7x14
on the commandline, or edit .Xresources and add the line:
for example. Then to make it take effect
$ xrdb -merge ~/.Xresources
There are more ways I am sure, but these works for me.
> Robert P. J. Day wrote:
>> i've poked around and i can't figure how to decrease the font size
>> when running emacs on the desktop. hints? please?
>> Robert P. J. Day
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Anders Karlsson <anders at trudheim.co.uk>
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