[plt-scheme] Re: DrScheme/HelpDesk menu fonts

From: Robby Findler (robby at cs.uchicago.edu)
Date: Tue Mar 20 08:12:02 EDT 2007

On 3/20/07, Jose A. Ortega Ruiz <jao at gnu.org> wrote:
> Matthew Flatt <mflatt at cs.utah.edu> writes:
> > You should be able to add a line in "~/.plt-scheme/plt-prefs.ss". For
> > example,
> >
> >  (|MrEd:controlFontSize| 32)
> >
> > would change the menu (and button, etc.) font size to 32.
> >
> Thanks Matthew, that works.
> On a related note, i've been giving DrScheme a serious try during the
> last days and must say i'm impressed: although i still prefer emacs
> for source editing, DrScheme's debugger, syntax checker and macro
> stepper are just awesome: my kudos to the PLT team!
> Which leds me to a question: i find myself switching between emacs for
> editing and DrScheme for REPLing, which means frequent use of
> File->Revert: is there a (hidden?) auto-revert option? if there isn't
> one, would it be difficult to add it (maybe as an extension)? Or, come
> to think of it, what about an extension allowing DrScheme to serve
> command requests from a remote client a la Slime/Swank? (maybe this is
> overkill, but if it's not too difficult to implement i could give it a
> try just for fun and as a way to learn a bit about DrScheme's
> implementation).

Those sound like they should be doable via the tools interface.


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