(n00b question) How does one activate the scrollbar in an xterm?
Thu Apr 6 19:13:00 GMT 2006
I'm thinking that both .Xdefaults and xterm do not depend on the window mgr, so that .Xdefaults entries as well as xterm cmd options should function similarly on any x window mgr - at least when specifically about the xterm scroll history. Is its scroll history not controlled by xterm itself rather than by the window mgr?
However, the shell we use and instructions we have for it might determine the length of command history (which is not within context of this discussion/list).
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Subject: Re: (n00b question) How does one activate the scrollbar in an
Philip H. Schlesinger wrote:
> Hi all. I'm a *nix newbie. In M$ Windows, I can edit the properties
> of a console window and thus create a scrollback history.
> However, the xterms in Cygwin have no scrollbar. How does one
> activate the scrollbar and adjust the length of scrollback history?
haeh? I guess it depens on what windowmanager you use./ Mu xterm window
has a history to the time
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