how to change general java gui settings?
Bram, not sure if this will work or not, but it's worth a try --
Make sure you are using 96 DPI or 120 DPI fonts. To set this, go to
System->Preferences->Appearance. Then, select Font tab and click the
"Details..." button. Then, make sure DPI is set to 96 or 120.
Again, not sure if this will help, but it may be worth a try.
My fonts (on the Fonts tab) are also all set to "Best Shape" and also
are all a font size of "10".
Hope this helps!
On Thu, Sep 25, 2008 at 7:56 AM, Bram Kuijper <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> sorry for reposting a question, but I did not get an answer last time:
> recently, the gui of java programs running on my various ubuntu pc's
> started to look a bit different. Especially the height between different
> rows in the gui became larger: menu items are now more apart, rows of
> database programs are now more widely distant and text within those
> lines is not properly vertically lined out, making it sometimes unreadable.
> For an example of the problem, see the following screenshot of the
> program JabRef:
> Note especially the weird vertical spacing of the text.
> Does anybody know if there is a standard gui setting in the java vm to
> change 'row heights' in java? And how to change things like
> gui-appearance of java programs? Can that be done at all?
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