Re: Xfce (was Re: Musings on debian-user list) (now: waaay OT)
On Sun, Aug 2, 2009 at 10:24 PM, Ron Johnson<email@example.com> wrote:
> On 2009-08-02 12:21, Ron Johnson wrote:
>> On 2009-08-02 05:59, Andrei Popescu wrote:
>>> On Sun,02.Aug.09, 03:45:58, Ron Johnson wrote:
>>>>> My Xfce setup would be very familiar for a Windows 2k user ;)
>>>> Can you send me (or throw onto a website) a screen-print?
>> Guess I'll have a try...
> OK, running Xfce, but there's an important problem, and a minor problem.
> As you can see from the above screen shot, certain fonts (like the
> ones in the Iceweasel Folders and Subjects lists) are "correct", according
> to my tastes. Menu->Settings->Appearance let me set them to the font/size
> which I prefer. Other fonts, like in the Title Bar and in the Iceweasel
> composition window (not just an Iceweasel issue: other apps have the same
> problem) are just way too tiny for comfortable reading.
> The minor problem is the color of the (Crux) window theme:purple. GNOME let
> me change that to dark blue.
> Any thoughts?
Are you serious? Not only did you want some help changing WM/DE, which
you received, now you want help with basic config?! This thread has
gone on waaaay too long. Our inboxes should not be populated by folks
trading their window dressings and how they were hung (especially on a
highly supported/documented bit-o-software like XFCE).
Mr. Popescu has kindly pointed out basic point-drag, drop, GUI-click
help, which should have been found and "played with" upon install.
There is definitely no reason to bother the WHOLE LIST with more XFCE
config stuff . . . ya?
Don't tell me to just not read and respond to things I don't
appreciate, for I appreciate most of what's on this list and would
like to learn and help . . . about DEBIAN stuff. Take this
conversation off-list, please.
Oh ya . . . good morning :-) <coffee. . . NOW>
> Scooty Puff, Sr
> The Doom-Bringer
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