On Wed, Nov 20, 2013 at 5:12 PM, Uwe Brauer <oub(a)mat.ucm.es> wrote:
>> "Jeff" == Jeff Sparkes <jsparkes(a)gmail.com>
> On Wed, Nov 20, 2013 at 5:07 AM, Uwe Brauer <oub(a)mat.ucm.es> wrote:
>> >> "Jeff" == Jeff Sparkes <jsparkes(a)gmail.com> writes:
> In theory, (setq default-frame-plist '(height 20)) should work. In
> practice, I had to edit frame-gtk.c and replace three instances of 40
> 20 to get a 20 line high frame. I just checked in a change setting
> default height to 24, which should help you.
Right the setq does not work. I already tried out the changes in
BTW sorry for the naive question, I deleted frame-gtk.o and run make
again which besides compiling the frame-gtk did also all the lisp
stuff. Is this necessary to do this way?
It should be only loading lisp files. It's required, and it's not as bad
as it looks.
> Go into src/faces.c and look for "Monospace 10". The 10 is the point
> I don't actually know where the Hebrew characters are coming from.
> putting unifont first with a larger font size. Make sure it's
> ubuntu doesn't select it by default.
> The default font might be Deja Vu Sans Mono. GTK makes it rather
> find out.
Ok I did the following changes
/* Note that fontconfig can search for several font families in one
call. We should use this facility. */
/* do we need to worry about non-Latin characters for monospace?
No, at least in Debian's implementation of Xft.
We should recommend that "gothic" and "mincho" aliases be
/* Japanese #### add encoding info? */
/* Arphic for Chinese? */
/* Korean */
#elif defined (HAVE_GTK)
"Sazanami Mincho 10",
"WenQuanYi Micro Hei Mono 10",
"unifont 14", /* ttf-unifont package on Ubuntu */
And it looks much better, save the hebrew font which is better but not much
That's good. I'm not sure where the Hebrew characters are actually coming
from; it might be some sort of default setting in pango. Pango doesn't
give errors if you specify a font that's not there, it does some sort of
fallback, which makes it hard to detect what's really happening.
> Hmm, I just tried "Droid Sans Mono" and Hebrew looked better.
Where did you insert that? Could you also check in please?
I change the Monospace to Droid Sans mono. You also need to installed the
ubuntu package for ttf-droid. I don't want to make that the default since
its not installed by default.
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