Re: Modifying gtk2 fonts <SOLVED>
Steve Litt wrote:
> I was using Sans 17 or something like that. A font I definitely had.
'Sans' is a generic font name, just like 'serif' and 'monospace'.
It is an alias of some existing sans font, e.g. Deja Vu Sans.
As far as I can see, this is done in /etc/fonts/fonts.conf
("Accept deprecated 'sans' alias, replacing it with 'sans-serif'")
and /etc/fonts/conf.avail/40-generic.conf, replacing sans-serif with
some sans-serif font that exists on your system.
> > Could you show how lxappearance has written the font and font size
> > into your ~/.gtkrc-2.0 ?
Interesting. I'll try these.
> The preceding works perfectly. Sad thing is, I'm almost positive I did
> the "gtk-font-name="Sans 17"" thing manually earlier, and it didn't
> affect Thunar or xchat.
Mysterious. Some permission problem perhaps.