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Re: KDE 4.2 FIREFOX Font size problem



On Wednesday 18 February 2009 12:21:02 Peter Malcolm Croft Price wrote:
> When Kde went to 4  I had no time to familiarise myself with what was
> new and take the time to set it up properly,I yum upgraded (Fedora 8
> to 9 to 10) so it needed some work. So I switched to Gnome.
> Yesterday I took the time to  customise Kde and I must say that I was
> pleased with the result, a pleasant interface easy to see, use  and
> with almost all the capabilities I remember plus new possibilities.
> Then I tried Firefox and it was unusable for me. The font sizes in the
> toolbar were were too small for me to read. So I jumped into
> user.chrome.css and started to  make the changes I wanted. But I ran
> out of time after I'd fixed the menubar and to be truthful I'm not
> sure I know how to increase the font size in the bookmark toolbar
> folders dropdown list.
>
> So my question is.
> Whilst setting up KDE ,mostly making font sizes bigger because my
> eyesight is bad, have I done something to Firefox and if so where in
> system settings will I find the adjustment?
> Now its back to Gnome (no great hardship but not my preference) where
> Firefox remains exactly as I want it and usable.

I had the opposite problem, as the font size was too big for the netbook 
screen, but it seems to me that the same solution would work both ways.  Take 
a look at http://plasmasturm.org/code//gtk-chtheme/gtk-
chtheme-0.3.1-1.i386.rpm

It adds a gtk section to your configurations, where you can first try telling it 
to match your KDE settings, and if that doesn't work, you can make 
adjustments.  HTH

Anne

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