On Thu, Mar 26, 2009 at 12:25 AM, rgheck <rgh...@bobjweil.com> wrote: > John McCabe-Dansted wrote: >> >> I am using LyX on the Eeepc 701 which has a 800x480 resolution. >> Unfortunately a number of LyX dialogs are a bit too large to fit on >> the screen. I used "kcmshell font" to set the fontsize to 7 in >> ~/.qt/qtrc. However LyX seems to have ignored this setting. >> >> > > You need to set that for qt4. I'd use qtconfig-qt4 to do that, but I don't > know if it's available on your machine.
I added the following to ~/.config/Trolltech.conf It worked but it was a bit harsh that I had to use a font size of 5. I don't suppose anyone knows of a way to scale down the space *between* items on the dialog? (which is where much of the space goes). [Qt] font="Sans Serif,5,-1,5,50,0,0,0,0,0" > FYI, I've got all our EeePCs---two 901s and a 1000---all running Fedora 10, > which works very well with one of the lighter desktops, like XFCE or LXDE. > And then you can do as you please. I think the 900+ EeePCs have a resolution of 1024x600, which really helps. -- John C. McCabe-Dansted PhD Student University of Western Australia