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Old 03-01-2003, 08:45 PM   #1
Electrode
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Post Potentially stupid question about fonts in *box themes


Hello all. I'm in the process of creating a *box theme, and I've pretty much got it finished, but with one small problem. I want to make the fonts for the window title, menu title, and toolbar bold, but I haven't the slightest idea how. I read the Fluxbox FAQ and mentioned a syntax of fontname:size=n, but nothing more than that. How do I specify attributes like bold/italic/underline?

EDIT: Through some experimentation I have discovered the answer. I just had to specify fontname:bold:size=n. I'll leave this here for future reference.

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