On Sunday 10 February 2008, Alan McKinnon wrote:
> I use e17 as my window manager, with a lot of kde apps and some gtk
> ones thrown in for good measure. The problem is getting all these apps
> to use vaguely similar fonts and font sizes for the interface (menus,
> statusbar, etc)
> What's an easy way to specify the interface fonts for gtk apps without
> using gnome? I could especially use some pointers for firefox (I
> *think* about:config does this somewhere) but openoffice and gimp have
> me stumped - both are using huge fonts currently for the menus on my
There is a neat application that can do that for all gtk apps at once:
piggy# eix gtk-theme-switch
Description: Application for easy change of GTK-Themes
Just launch switch2, click the "+", check the "use font" box, and select
the font you want. You can also get a preview.
Not sure about firefox though. Fonts in firefox can however be changed
easily by going to edit -> preferences -> content -> font & colours.
OOo has the "tools -> options" menu to change fonts.
For QT apps, there's qtconfig, provided by qt, which you probably have
installed if you run QT apps.
There is also this page on the wiki:
Hope this helps.
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