Subject: [linux-audio-user] Re: snd font size and moving marker
From: Paul (set_AT_pobox.com)
Date: Fri May 03 2002 - 06:51:49 EEST
Mark Constable <markc_AT_renta.net>, on Thu May 02, 2002 [06:36:25 PM] said:
> Just started playing with my first linux audio editing app
> and looking at snd 5.8-1 (Debian).
> . exactly what do I add to which file(s) to increase the
> the overall font size so I can read menus/help etc ?
> . is it possible to have a moving marker on playback so
> I can visually cue the rendered graph to what I hear ?
Snd comes with quite a bit of html documentation, which
can be very helpful.
One way of altering the fonts snd uses are to set some
(choose the actual fonts you want)
Put these in your ~/.Xdefaults file. then do
'xrdb ~/.Xdefaults' and fire up snd. (some of these
might have to be monospace fonts or they will be ignored)
[usually? .Xdefaults is loaded when you log on, but
if you change it, you have to load the changes manually]
If you hold control when you click on play, you
will get a moving cursor. You can also control this by
setting a variable in the 'listener' (this is where you
can type in scheme commands) or by putting the command in
your ~/.snd startup file.
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