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ajust the size  of konsole screen and console font and console font size.

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How to ajust the size  of konsole screen and console font and console font size?
So everytime when I start konsole it will start with the specified settings.
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Question by:Nusrat Nuriyev
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You need to modify your konsole profile.
Go to Settings | Edit Current Profile | Appearance and then adjust the font size on that tab.
Click Apply and OK and your font size should be remembered next time you start konsole.
OR
Select Edit ▸ Profile Preferences ▸ General.
Check Use custom default terminal size.

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If you're launching konsole from panel menu or launcher icon, you can just change the instructions in that launcher to included desired geometry.

For example, I have a launcher for gnome-terminal on my gnome-panel which opens up to 80x40. Right click -> properties: command - set to "gnome-terminal (or terminator, whatever) --geometry=80x40"
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by:Nusrat Nuriyev
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Ok.

Select Edit ▸ Profile Preferences ▸ General.
Check Use custom default terminal size.

There is no such thing like Profile Preferences in Konsole.

I'm launching from command propmt Alt+F2
kdesu konsole.

Can you describe a bit more about this:
For example, I have a launcher for gnome-terminal on my gnome-panel which opens up to 80x40. Right click -> properties: command - set to "gnome-terminal (or terminator, whatever) --geometry=80x40"
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by:Nusrat Nuriyev
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Doen't work
more actions->Special Windows Settings changing size doesn't work anymore.
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No problem. I will help you. Please give me following details :-
a) What version of Ubuntu are you using ?
b) Are you using gnome desktop or KDE desktop ?
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by:Nusrat Nuriyev
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Fedora 20.
KDE
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You have to create profile in Konsole KDE
Go to Settings > Manage Profiles... > Click on the button New Profile....
and choose name.
Then adjust settings according to you that would be save in profile and each time you open konsole you can select your prefered profile.
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