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Re: 100dpi vs 75dpi sizes

> I noticed the other day that I hadn't installed the 100dpi X fonts and
> so I went ahead and installed them. When I restarted X some time after
> that all my fonts were completely different sizes. I managed to modify
> the applications I use most frequently, like XEmacs and my Gnome
> terminals, but some things are still annoyingly large. One of these is
> Netscape Navigator. The buttons in the toolbar, and their associated
> fonts, are so large that the "Stop" button is cropped. Of course I
> could make the window wider, but is there a way to decrease the size
> of these? Looking at the Navigator.ad file is like reading a word
> jumble.
> I suppose I could go back to the 75dpi fonts but how do I make that
> the default for all applications, short of removing the 100dpi fonts?
> Running "testing" with XFree86
> Thanks,
> Gary

Not sure but I would try to have the 75 dpi expressions before the 100 dpi ones in /etc/X11/fs/config and /etc/X11/XF86Config-4. Another option to try is to have 75 dpi specified at /etc/X11/xdm/Xservers.

    Shaul Karl
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