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Old 10-20-2004, 11:50 AM   #31
Fancy Bretella
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get rid of small icons, textless desktop and so on in gnome


hi all

maybe you already sorted it out, but meybe repeating it is worthy

To get rid (well, to have back) to text under icons you simply have to go under Gnome Control Center, click on the fonts section, and, since you'll get to the point where you'll see nothing, "trust you mouse" and click on the menu that comes as a first line, and change the font size to a decent one

that's all

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