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Old 10-16-2009, 12:13 PM   #1
drydo
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Mono : GTK# and changing a label's font size


Pretty much as the subject, I've got a GTK C# Mono Project, a single window and fixed layout container. I've added a label but want to change its fontsize.

In .NET C# this would be done through the Label.Font property - however, I need nudging in the right direction for how this is done in GTK / Mono project.

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