abhunkin at uncg.edu
Tue Dec 22 17:47:48 EST 2009
Thanks, Walter. I see it now.
I note that whereas ~/.gconf doesn't have a %gconf.xml file, all the several
layers of subdirectories do. However, all are empty except two, and they
have nothing to do with fonts.
Can you suggest which %gconf.xml to manually add a (temporary) entry to, for
font-testing purposes? (I.e., to set a font size other than 10.) Also, the
format for that code?
I've tried the "normal" method for specifying font size ("gtk-font-name" and
gtk.Settings). This results in varied size menu-bar text, but no change in
my Pango-based text size. My conclusion: either this old method is
deprecated, or I haven't yet found the proper mechanism to connect
Pango-based font sizing with system defaults.
I'm lost, and would appreciate further guidance from you experts.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Walter Bender" <walter.bender at gmail.com>
To: "Art Hunkins" <abhunkin at uncg.edu>
Cc: <sugar-devel at lists.sugarlabs.org>
Sent: Tuesday, December 22, 2009 3:29 PM
Subject: Re: [Sugar-devel] GConf
> It is a directory, not a file. ~/.gconf
> On Tue, Dec 22, 2009 at 2:12 PM, Art Hunkins <abhunkin at uncg.edu> wrote:
>> Where does the GConf file live?
>> I've built a font-resizing routine that works well on different format
>> screens and that utilizes only Pango, not system defaults.
>> I'm eager to know that it functions well with different GConf settings.
>> If it's not obvious how to change the default font_size in GConf (for
>> testing purposes), I'd appreciate a suggestion here as well.
>> Art Hunkins
>> Sugar-devel mailing list
>> Sugar-devel at lists.sugarlabs.org
> Walter Bender
> Sugar Labs
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