James H. Markowitz
2020-07-20 21:19:53 UTC
No strictly a Slackware question, but somebody in this forum
might know the answer.
I am using Slackware 14.2 with Xfce. In this environment, the
terminal emulator that I use is xfce4-terminal, part of Xfce.
If I want to change the font used in this terminal emulator, I
just have to do Preferences -> Appearance in the xfce4-terminal menu, and
changing the font size as needed.
The problem with this is that, after doing this, the font size is
changed in every xfce4-terminal that I may have. While this is probably
appropriate in many circumstances, it is not in mine.
Anybody know whether it is possible to change the size of the
terminal font in a single, specific xfce4-terminal alone?
I would be willing to use other terminal emulator if that is not
possible with xfce4-terminal, provided that they have similar
capabilities. For instance, xterm (and variations) can do what I want,
but I have been unable to get them to display UTF8 characters properly -
which xfce4-terminal does without any problems.