Jim Kalb wrote:
> I'm having trouble getting ME to come up in a window of the proper size.
> The installation info suggests (for win 3.*) a command line like me -c
> -v$TERM=E80x50 but that doesn't seem to do it, and trial and error have
> failed to turn up something that works.
Yep, this would not work. Back in the dim and dark days
of DOS this variable (and still does) modified the
screen driver into a different screen mode.
Best way of doing this is from your <user>.emf file. I usually
use something like the following in mine to set up
!if &or $use-x &seq $platform "win32"
; Slower cursor blink rate
set-variable $cursor-blink 750
; Small bold font is better for me.
; change-font "-misc-fixed-bold-r-normal--13-*-*-*-c-70-iso8859-1"
; Small non-bold font.
; change-font "-misc-fixed-medium-r-normal--13-*-*-*-c-70-iso8859-1"
; Change the size of the screen
Or more simply, if you are only on windows then
the following 2 lines would do:-
82 is the screen width (80 wide + 2 for scroll bar)
50 characters deep.
If you have not set up your user.emf file then
edit "guest.emf" and add the 2 lines. You should
then see the screen size change on startup.
Hope this helps.
> Any suggestions?
> Jim Kalb
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