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Changing the size of geany's execution window

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Geany is a great Integrated Development Environmnent (IDE) for Python on Linux. I love everything in Geany except the size of the execution windows that opens when running a program: it is far too small.

To configure the size of the terminal in which Geany will run your Python programs, go to
edit > preferences > tools 
and change the terminal command to:


xterm -geometry 1000x600

If you do not like xterm, you can also chose another console type. For instance, you could use gnome terminal with the command below (but I prefer xterm).


gnome-terminal --maximize
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