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Okay, I think what I'm seeing is that since upgrading to the 2.0 versions of these applications, they're taking a font size that looks a few points higher than what's set in gtkrc-2.0. If I set the font down to Arial 10 in gtkrc-2.0 it looks about right in Firefox and Thunderbird, but then my other gtk2 apps have a font that's too small. If I set it to Arial 12 like I had it I get the ugly big fonts in FF and Thunderbird. I don't think it's my user settings; I tried a completely clean config in my guest account (all GTK, firefox, thunderbird, and KDE configs wiped) and still saw the same behavior.
- Re: Default interface font size in Firefox & Thunderbir... Erin Conn
- Re: Default interface font size in Firefox & Thund... Garrett Cooper