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Old 02-04-2005, 11:02 AM   #1
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default fonts in QT3 (?)


Hello!

I want to recompile my kernel, so I started 'xconfig'. Everything is Ok, exept fonts are VERY BIG. Hmm, I can't imagine, where config with default fonts for this stuff is located. My default fonts for GTK2 are Ok, Also, I set up correct font sizes in KDE Control Center.

Help, what library does xconfig use? If it is QT3 (I think), where default font config is located? (For example, for GTK2 it is /etc/gtk2-0/gtkrc)

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