Subject: Re: xterm v. xterm-old
To: Thomas Dickey <email@example.com>
From: Greywolf <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/08/2001 16:44:57
[gr removed by request]
# perhaps you don't agree with my wording - but the point is correct.
# > .Xdefaults/.Xresources (the latter is preferred) is loaded once per session
# > and ONLY IFF THE DEFAULT SESSION, however it is started on your system,
# > happens to call xrdb -merge $HOME/.Xresources.
# I tested it before I emailed, just to be certain that .Xdefaults is
# loaded dynamically (I changed the font to 12x24, which is easy to test).
# This is all I've got in my $HOME/.Xdefaults -
That's strange; I just did the same thing and my xterms keep coming up
with the default font as set up in the server. Does this only work if
you *don't* do the xrdb?
How in the world did you get this to work? I've never, in my own decade
of working with X, seen this. Is something else somewhere manually
*BSD: the devil finds work for idle cycles.