janssens-geert at telenet.be
Thu Mar 14 05:26:08 EDT 2013
When using kde, you should be able to change the font size in
(Kde) System Settings -> Application Appearance -> Gtk+ Appearance
There is an option there to use a custom font (with size).
On Fedora 18 this doesn't work properly though due to a bug . So to
get this fixed, you need to do two things:
- Configure a font and size using the above setting panel
- Manually edit the generated config file ($HOME/.gtkrc-2.0-kde4):
If you look into this file you will find (among others) two lines:
gtk-font-name="<font name> <font size>"
You will have to add your chosen font size to the font_name line
similar to how it was added to gtk-font-name
I'm not sure what linux flavour you are using, so perhaps you have more
luck and don't need the second step.
Op 13-03-13 21:20, Ted Creedon schreef:
> Even if KDE is used?
> On Wed, Mar 13, 2013 at 11:19 AM, Geert Janssens
> <janssens-geert at telenet.be>wrote:
>> Op 13-03-13 18:28, Ted Creedon schreef:
>>> any way to adjust the font size for the register views??
>>> gnucash-devel mailing list
>>> gnucash-devel at gnucash.org
>> The font sizes are gtk's defaults. You can alter this. How is system
>> On linux, use the gnome control panel to change the system's default font
>> On Windows GnuCash ships with a small tool to change the theme. This tool
>> also lets you change the default font sizes. You can find it in the start
>> menu together with the gnucash applications.
>> On Mac OS X, I have forgotten the details again. I believe you have to
>> hand edit a .gtkrc file if I remember correctly. I think you can find more
>> information either in the wiki or in the list archives. It has been
>> mentioned a couple of times already.
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