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C.13 Other Display Options

-hb
--horizontal-scroll-bars
Enable horizontal scroll bars. Since horizontal scroll bars are not yet implemented, this actually does nothing.
-vb
--vertical-scroll-bars
Enable vertical scroll bars.
-lsp pixels
--line-spacing=pixels
Specify pixels as additional space to put between lines, in pixels.
-nbc
--no-blinking-cursor
Disable the blinking cursor on graphical terminals.
-D
--basic-display
Disable the menu-bar, the tool-bar, the scroll-bars, and tool tips, and turn off the blinking cursor. This can be useful for making a test case that simplifies debugging of display problems.

The ‘--xrm’ option (see Resources) specifies additional X resource values.


 
 
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