Re: Konqeror and bigger font in text view
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- Subject: Re: Konqeror and bigger font in text view
- From: Viktor Lakics <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 30 Apr 2001 08:39:43 +0100
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Thanks, I missed the highlighting settings, Rogerio is right, it is
On Mon, Apr 30, 2001 at 12:18:17AM -0700, Earl F Hampton wrote:
> On Sunday 29 April 2001 23:22, Viktor Lakics wrote:
> > On Sun, Apr 29, 2001 at 11:04:32PM -0300, Rogerio Brito wrote:
> > > On Apr 29 2001, Viktor Lakics wrote:
> > > > I can't for my life figure out how to set this font to a size that
> > > > normal humans could read it...
> > >
> > > Open the Advanced Editor and change it's default size. This is
> > > the application that konqueror uses to display text files.
> > Did you actually go to advanced editor (kwrite)? Here there is no
> > possibility to set the font anywhere in kwrite...
> > > It's hidden indeed, huh?
> > It is, to that extent,that it does not even exist... Unless you
> > remembered kedit, but that is not the "advanced editor". And BTW, if
> > you change the font in kedit, that does not effect konqueror viewer.
> > Michael Sullivan solved the problem, it was the fixed width font in
> > KCC (see the thread above).
> > Thank you very much anyway.
> Yes you can change the fonts you have to go to settings->configure
> highlighting->normal if you're talking about plain text.
> I did notice a problem that sometimes the effects don't take effect in
> konqueror's embedded text till after you close kwrite
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