[OS X Emacs] Changing default font

David Romano romanod at math.grinnell.edu
Thu Apr 22 16:28:03 EDT 2010

I think if you type command-shift-T (or use Options -> Appearance -> Font 
...) you can set it.

On Thu, 22 Apr 2010, James Harkins wrote:

> I'm starting to like aquamacs but... I've been messing around with this
> for about an hour and made no progress.
> All I wanted to do is change the default font in Aquamacs. Should be
> simple, right? But when I go to customize-group basic-faces, it says:
> Default face: (sample) Hide Face
>    State: CHANGED outside Customize; operating on it here may be
> unreliable.
> Basic default face.
> If I change it and set for current session, it works, but it won't save
> permanently.
> I've looked for, but not been able to find:
> - the actual variable name corresponding to "Default face" in the
> customize buffer;
> - where it has been set "outside Customize" so I could remove it from
> another el file if necessary and then use customize.
> I do apologize if this is a common list question but if it is... I've
> been googling for at least an hour (no joke) and the answer to my
> question is just not there. Would appreciate any help.
> Thanks.
> : H. James Harkins
> : jamshark70 at dewdrop-world.net
> : http://www.dewdrop-world.net
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