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  • Heretic (Score:3, Interesting)

    by ziggy (25) on 2003.02.25 19:32 (#17480) Journal
    The one true font, of course: fixed in an xterm window. :-)

    I get two 80x40 xterms on the screen side-by-side in an 1024x768 window, with about 1/4 of the screen unused (by xterms) on the bottom. Using fixed has the added benefit of being the only configuration that will properly render mutt's ascii graphics for thread display.

    I've been using 80x40 xterms with fixed font for so many years now, anything else just looks strange.

    • -misc-fixed-medium-r-normal--20-200-75-75-c-100-iso8859-1

      in a 51 row, 114 column xterm, running screen with TERM set to xterm. This makes w3m-img work inside screen! Woot!

      Plus it neatly fills most of a 1280x1024 display, which even cheap four-year-old graphics cards can do at a nice refresh rate.

      XTerm*foreground: rgb:ff/88/12
      XTerm*background: rgb:00/00/00
      XTerm*cursorColor: rgb:be/00/10

      The font has lines more than one pixel wide, for easy legibility. I actually switch to w3m from gale