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Re: rxvt in native mode, widely spaced characters
Couldn't the native mode rxvt use a different set of app defaults?
On 5/13/08, Charles Wilson <email@example.com> wrote:
> Lemke, Michael SZ/HZA-ZIOM1 wrote:
> > So my question is why does the default .../app-defaults/Rxvt specify
> > these useless fonts? It didn't before, it seems to work nicely
> > without them, and breaks in the default settings with them. So why
> > not toss them altogether?
> Because they ARE included in the cygwin-xfree distribution (just not
> installed into the *windows* font area). So the provided defaults work
> great with rxvt in X mode, and look a LOT better than the *true* default
> for X mode, the 'fixed' font.
> I've been meaning to change (downgrade) the app-defaults/Rxvt file to
> something that works okay with stock windows when using rxvt in native
> mode, even if it looks like crap in X mode -- the next time I make an
> rxvt package. So far, there hasn't been a reason (above and beyond this
> configuration issue) to do so.
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