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GTK Font hell Contributed by Anonymous on Tuesday, January 15 @ 05:16:56 GMT
This morning I did a dist-upgrade, and after restarting X all my GTK apps (gworldclock, xchat etc) had mega-big fonts. This first happened when I first got myself setup with KDE, using true type fonts through xfs-xtt. GTK went wakky with its fonts, all real big. An strace on a GTK app shows its using "XFreee86-Bigfont". As far as I can tell my /etc/X11/XF86Config and my /etc/X11/fs-xtt/config are fine. Where does GTK get its information about fonts from? Why can't it be nice and use /etc/X11/XftConfig like KDE? I'm going mad here, so any help would be appreciated - no I cant remember how I originally fixed the problem.
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