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Old 03-30-2006, 04:30 PM   #1
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Inconsistent menu font sizing

I upgraded to Firefox in Debian recently, and since the upgrade, the font sizes in the menu, tabs, or anywhere from an application standpoint, are too big.

Web pages are also two sizes too big, and I can at least correct that EVERY time I open a new tab by hitting "ctrl-" twice to get it right, so that's the least of my problems.

What's confusing is I run all sorts of other gtk2 apps and the menu font sizes are all fine.

I'd love to show a comparison but the board will not allow me to post URL's until I have made 3 posts.

I've tried gnome-control-center with no results.

I'm running Linux Debian.
Old 03-30-2006, 06:56 PM   #2
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Actually found my answer in one of the related topics after posting.

The browser font sizes are still a problem, but easy enough to workaround.


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