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Re: Huge X-fonts in Frozen


Since I use xfs, the order of the font path is in /etc/X11/xfs/config in
the catalogue.  By putting 75 before 100 as you suggested, I fixed my
problem.  Thanks again.


"David S. Jackson" wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 24, 2000 at 05:10:27PM -0700 Albert Kinderman <albert.kinderman@csun.edu> wrote:
> > I am using xfs and xfstt.  After the most recent apt-get update and
> > upgrade to frozen, the default fonts in X are huge.  X and xfs are at
> > 3.3.6-10.
> >
> > What happened and how can I get back to some reasonable size fonts?
> Take a look at your font path with :
> cat /etc/X11/XF86Config | grep Font
> Make a mental note as to whether the 75dpi fonts are listed
> before or after the 100dpi fonts.
> Then, check your monitor default dot per inch output with:
> xdpyinfo | grep resolution
> It will probably say 75x75 dots per inch.
> You want the first font size listed in your font path (in your
> XF86Config file) to be the same as the resolution from xdpyinfo.
> So, if you have 75x75 dpi as your default monitor resolution,
> make sure that your font path in your XF86Config file lists your
> 75dpi fonts *before* the 100dpi fonts.  Just edit "100dpi" with
> "75dpi" and "75dpi" with "100dpi".
> --
> David S. Jackson                        dsj@dsj.net
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> Someone in DAYTON, Ohio is selling USED CARPETS to

Albert Kinderman             California State University, Northridge
Department of Management Science           albert.kinderman@csun.edu

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