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What is the command line arguments to make XTerm use the Huge font by default?  It is annoying having to go and right click + CNTRL on the window every time I open up xterm.  I am using WindowMaker.  Please provide detailed instructions, I am new to WindowMaker!  Thanks!!
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xterm -font huge
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That doesn't work.  I had tried that before.  I get the following error when trying that:

"xterm: unable to open font 'huge', trying 'fixed' . . .


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As mentioned above, this does not work!  :(            
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you must specify a fontname known by the X server, check with xlsfonts.
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by:mitchell042997
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For everyone's information, I solved my problem.  The following worked:

xterm -font 20x25

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So I post it as answer:

  xterm -font 20x25
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