Re: [SLE] Font Question - where to change

From: Charles Love (SuSE-Charles_at_tntscg.com)
Date: 01/06/04

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    Date: Mon, 05 Jan 2004 21:31:49 -0800
    
    

    On Wed, 2003-12-31 at 08:49, Sjoerd Hiemstra wrote:
    > Charles Love wrote:
    > > I tried just typing gnome-settings-daemon and got...
    > >
    > > #############################################
    > > inux-clove:~ # gnome-settings-daemon
    > > Xlib: connection to ":0.0" refused by server
    > > Xlib: No protocol specified
    > >
    > > xscreensaver: Can't open display: :0.0
    > > xscreensaver: initial effective uid/gid was root/root (0/0)
    > > xscreensaver: running as nobody/nobody (65534/65533)>
    > > xscreensaver: This is probably because you're logging in as root.
    > > [snip]
    >
    > You are trying to run gnome-settings-daemon as root.
    > The command
    >
    > gnome-control-center
    >
    > as well as the command
    >
    > gnome-settings-daemon
    >
    > should be run as user.
    >
    > SH

    I only login as root for now.. Once I get a handle on things I will move
    over to a user..

    When I run gnome-control-center i see all the fonts are set to 16.. Yet
    when I go into Mozilla I still see some sites really tiny tiny.. and If
    I zoom it to 120% it looks ok.

    what else could I try?

    --Charles

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