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Re: fonset and color-theme

From: Peter Dyballa
Subject: Re: fonset and color-theme
Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2007 19:56:53 +0200

Am 15.10.2007 um 18:12 schrieb david60:

I am using emacs 22 under ubuntu. When I start emacs in terminal
(emacs -nw), I like the way it looks with the font of the terminal. My
problem is that I don't know what to add in my .emacs so that emacs in
X window looks like emacs in terminal.

Determine that font, pass its name on the command line to GNU Emacs via -fn, put it into ~/.Xdefaults into the X resources, or use the commands set-frame-font or something like:

        (setq default-frame-alist '(
;         (background-color     . "ghost white")
;         (foreground-color     . "grey10")
;         (cursor-color         . "purple")
;         (cursor-type          . box)
;         (vertical-scroll-bars . left)
;         (alpha                . (87 75))
;         (active-alpha         . 0.875)
;         (inactive-alpha       . 0.75)
;         (font . "fontset-12pt_bitstream_courier")
(font . "-*-*-medium-r-normal--9-*-*-*-*-*-fontset- hiraginokaku")
;         (top . 20) (left . 150) (width . 89) (height . 56))

There is also initial-frame-alist.



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