I configured my xterm using the
CTRL-RightClick. Is there a way to export save these settings?
You cannot save what you configured through XTerm's own menu. BUT, XTerm is a well behaved X application and as such it supports the editres protocol. So what you should do is:
The save file can now appended to your .Xdefaults.
Example of what I got by this procedure:
Beware, some options take effects only when some other option changes. For instance: rightScrollBar is looked up by Xterm only when scrollBar changed from false to true.
But all in all you should have the possibility to do the configuration you want.
I don't think you can save settings of a running Xterm to a file. Xterm settings are specified via X resources. Each of the entries in the menu corresponds to a resource. The manual lists the available resources. Near the end of the resource section, you'll find a description of the menus, and for each menu entry, a description of the action it invokes; and for each action, the manual indicates what it does, which can be to modify a setting controlled by a resource.
When your X session starts, resources are loaded from
For example, to enable the blinking cursor and allow applications to change the window title, put this in