Re: Default Gnome2 Font
>> thanks for the suggest, but output about screen resolution is correct:
>> # xdpyinfo | egrep 'dimens|resol'
>> dimensions: 1400x1050 pixels (286x214 millimeters) <- that is my
>> screen resolution..
>> resolution: 124x125 dots per inch
>> For now i modify manually the fonts and fonts size from "Appereance" menu,
>> but is not enought.
>> I'd like to know which is the "mint" fonts config....
>Try to set Xft.dpi explicitly to the correct value:
>echo "Xft.dpi: 124" | xrdb -merge -
All seem rigth, but i have still the problem.
I try to boot with a live cd.
And i discover that i must set another Resolution in the
System -> Preference ->Appereance -> Fonts -> Details
Infact if i here define a "Resolution: 96 dots per inch", all fonts dimension in right. Ant here's the solution (i think) to this problem.
If i define instead "Resolution: 124 dots per inch", all fonts dimension seem bigger.
But, i don't understand: if i have a bigger resolution, i should have smaller fonts, or not???
Bye and thanks!