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Old 03-08-2004, 12:39 PM   #1
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tiny fonts in non-gtk apps under gnome after upgrading debian sid


Hello.
Last night I did an unsupervised apt-get dist-upgrade -y
Everything went smoothly and this morning I rebooted into my renewed system.
Gtk-aware applications, including mozilla and openoffice, have no problem at all, still a couple of apps (e.g. x-cd-roast) use a (raster) font about 3pt in size, nearly unreadable. I tried several solutions found in the forums but they only further improved Gtk apps, without solving the main problem.
Any help would be really appreciated.

Thanks
Alessandro
 
  


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