linuce at free.fr
Tue Sep 10 12:14:49 CEST 2002
On Tue, 30 Sep 2003 12:48:10 +0000 <rekonrad at mts.net> wrote:
> I am a new new of xfce and so far I am very impressed. I can run so
> many more applications at once compared to kde3.
That's the XFCE goal : to be a light, nice, graphical desktop and to
keep memory for your apps. After all, that's the reason why we all
use it here, isn't it ?
> Two issues:
> 1. The main menu as I left click the mouse is set in a completely
> unreadable decorative font. I noticed that the screen shots at the
> main web page uses a standard clear font. How do I change this?
You probably have XFCE compiled with XFT support (aka font anti-aliasing
support) : I noticed the same problem when I compiled my XFCE with XFT
to give it a try to XFT. The best way to solve the problem is to use the
"--disable-xft" switch at configure step (./configure --disable-xft).
> 2. In xftree I can't seem to find a way of showing my hidden folders
> (eg. ".syspheed")
Try to find a icon showing a file document with a dot at its bottom left
corner on the XFTREE toolbar : when you put your mouse cursor on it, a
tooltip displays "Hidden files". You guess it, its purpose is to toggle
hidden file display.
> Any thoughts would be appreciated.
I hope this helps you ;-)
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