You are most welcome mate
. About your question about gtk app fonts, that's a hard one, ghehe. I know that if you are actually running Gnome, you have the option to use anti-aliasing. Gnome runs a daemon called "gnome-settings-daemon" to keep up the anti aliasing and other font properties, overriding your "/home/user/.gtkrc-2.0
Since you are not running Gnome (thus not running that daemon) you may try to manually edit your hidden file located at your "/home/user/.gtkrc-2.0
". If that file does not exist, create it manually (type "touch .gtkrc-2.0 at your /home/user) then edit it. Add or substitute the following line:
gtk-font-name = "Arial 14"
That will tell gtk to use Arial size 14 to all GTK applications. Any valid .ttf font should work, as "Times New Roman 14" etc as long as you've them installed as I suggested in my previous post. Keep in mind that this is for gtk2 applications, gtk1 applications read the file "/home/user/.gtkrc
Well, as you see, getting the desktop to look good is quite a challenge