if everything else is set up right, (Xftconfig and such) starting your
gimp this way:
GDK_USE_XFT=1 gimp-1.3  
on the command line should do the trick.

carol

On 2002-05-12 at 1056.12 -0400, robertrichard typed this mail:
> 
> Hi,
> 
> I'm running V1.3.3 of the Gimp and haven't  figured out how to adjust 
> the fonts the GUI uses.  I've tried adding the following to 
> ~/gimp-1.3/gtkrc but it doesn't help.  The GUI always uses the same tiny 
> fonts.  
> 
> style "default"
> {
> font = "lucidasanstypewriter-18"
> }
> 
> widget_class "*" style "default"
> 
> 
> I also have V1.2 installed and it does change it's fonts according to 
> the contents of ~/.gimp-1.2/gtkrc.
> 
> I installed the Gimp from the source files and didn't see anything 
> unusual in the config.log except that the tool couldn't locate support 
> for xgettext, AA fonts, or XMU.  Could the AA fonts account for this?
> 
> I've searched the www.gtk.org and www.gimp.org for help but didn't find 
> anything.  The gtk tutorial was interesting, and I had fun with the 
> example used in the introduction but I'm still stuck.  The only font 
> problems I found in the Gimp mail threads were related to using fonts to 
> attach text to a project.
> 
> So, can anyone offer a suggestion as to how I can change the fonts?
> 
> Thanks,
> bob richard
> 
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