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NAME

       xtermset - change settings of an xterm

SYNOPSIS

       xtermset [-option ...]

DESCRIPTION

       xtermset  allows  you  to  change  the characteristics of an xterm window from the command
       line. Most options have the same names as those that you would give xterm at startup.

OPTIONS

       -store [<filename>]
               This option will save all the other command line options given to the filename. If
               filename is omitted then the options will be written to ~/.xtermsetrc.

       -default [<filename>]
               This  option  will  load  options  from the specified filename. If the filename is
               omitted then the options will be loaded from ~/.xtermsetrc. Options  specified  on
               the command line preceed those that are in the options file.

       -f, -force
               xtermset  normally  checks  if  you  are  using  it  on  a correct terminal (xterm
               (derivative) or dtterm (derivative).  With  this  option  you  can  override  this
               checking.

       -T string, -title string
               Sets the window title.

       -n string
               Sets the icon name.

       -fg color
               Sets the VT100 foreground color.

       -bg color
               Sets the VT100 background color.

       -mousefg color
               Sets the mouse pointer foreground color.

       -mousebg color
               Sets the mouse pointer background color.

       -tekfg color
               Sets the Tektronix emulation window foreground color.

       -tekbg color
               Sets the Tektronix emulation window background color.

       -cr color
               Sets the text cursor color.

       -hc color
               Sets the color for highlighted (selected) text.

       -fn font-spec, -font font-spec
               Sets the font.

       -geom geometry-spec, -geometry geometry-spec
               Sets the window size and position; see X(1) for details.

FILES

       ~/.xtermsetrc

SEE ALSO

       bash(1), xterm(1), X(1)

BUGS

       -geom  does  not  support offsets from the left or bottom of the screen.  If the geometry-
       spec isn't in the correct format, the output will be strange.

AUTHORS

       Breyten Ernsting (bje@dds.nl)
       Decklin Foster (decklin@home.com)