Look at .Xresources or some such file on your Sun box?
Oh.. use vim :)
Niall O Broin wrote:
>> I use XEmacs 20.4 on a Toshiba notebook. When I run it on the notebooks,
> it's fine (except for the titchy 640x480 screen, but I paid < 300 quid
> for it, so no complaints on that score) but when I run it on a remote
> display on my Sun it use an enormous font. Custom font size is set in my
> .emacs to 12 but when it runs on the Sun, it displays with a 17 point font.
> Every time I start I have to change the font-size via the options menu. I
> do save the options, and it does re-write the file, with the correct font
> size, but it ignores this when it starts. Any ideas ? (Suggestions like use
> vi(m) will be noted in the little black book, and come the revolution . . .)
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