Re: [opensuse] GTK tool ?
- From: Bob S <911@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 28 Aug 2010 22:45:16 -0400
On Saturday 28 August 2010 05:33:16 Tejas Guruswamy wrote:
On 28/08/10 03:30, Bob S wrote:Hello Tejas, Yes, I've turned them on and off several times, logging out and
On Thursday 26 August 2010 23:30:38 Felix Miata wrote:
On 2010/08/26 22:49 (GMT-0400) Bob S composed:
Still running 11.0 with KDE3.5 while I play with 11.3. I am not that
good on the cli so I like using graphical displays. I am mainly
speaking of grsync here which I run as root for backups.
Problem is that the menu fonts are so small I can hardly read them. I
am sight impaired. I have tried to have it run using the KDE fonts but
it doesn't work. Years ago there was a tool that controlled the
configuration but I don't remember now or cannot find it.
Anybody can point me in the right direction so I can make them
Thinking out loud, since I've never used grsync. It's a GTK2
application. In your KDE settings, is use my KDE fonts in GTK
applications turned on? If it isn't, try turning on. If it is but the
fonts remain tiny, maybe you need to use the Gnome settings tool to
force the DPI up from 96 to something sensible for your >average DPI
Yes the "use my KDE fonts in GTK applications is turned on.
Just my experience, but I find that after changing KDE font sizes, you
need to turn "use my KDE fonts in GTK applications" off then back on for
it to take effect.
in each time.
It's been continuous, as root only, from 11.0 on in KDE3.I have heard of the Gnome settings tool but know nothing of it or what it
will do. Googled it and found a tar package called LATEST-IS-2.31.1 and
viewed it with ark. Called gnome system tools but saw nothing about
resizing the window or fonts. Can some Gnome user out there tell me if
this is possible with these tools? Before I go unpacking this 15 mb
package just to look?
Is this problem in 11.1 or 11.3? KDE3 or KDE4?
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