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Re: From Rawhide to Moonshine



    Dear friends,

 Wietse, did your fonts shrink, too, and did you get them back to
normal? Thanks!

    Take care
    Oliver

On 5/31/07, Wietse Muizelaar <wietse muizelaar xs4all nl> wrote:
On Thu, May 31, 2007 at 05:36:51PM -0400, Oliver Ruebenacker wrote:
>     Dear friends,
>
>  Same thing happened to me: Automatic update created an F7/F8 mix.
> After the updates, all fonts shrank to ridiculously tiny sizes. I
> tried to fix it by setting all theme fonts to larger sizes, but some
> applications still use tiny fonts, for example the editor of Eclipse,
> although it is supposed to use theme fonts. Font selection tool in
> Eclipse does not work.
>
>  What a pity, I was hoping to have a nice clean full F7 by today,
> instead I have a mess. I signed up to test F7T4, not F8. F8 sneaked up
> on me.
>
>  Downloading F7 now takes forever. ATrpms is currently not responding
> at all, which I need to make my wireless working (at least, I think I
> do).
>
>  There should be an option in yum to revert the most recent updates.
> Is there? Thanks.

Well, what I did after all, was uninstall all the fc8 packages, en
reinstall the fc7-version of those  packages. Costs you some time; but
finally it works the way I wanted.

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Kind regards,
Wietse

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