xffm fonts scaling
FOURDAN.Olivier at wanadoo.fr
Fri Nov 14 21:30:33 CET 2003
Even the smallest font in xffm is bigger than my default font, so I
don't buy your argument about default font size being too large :)
On Fri, 2003-11-14 at 18:31, edscott wilson garcia wrote:
> On Fri, 2003-11-14 at 06:18, Olivier FOURDAN wrote:
> > > I choose my fonts carefully, so that they are easy to read. I would
> > > really prefer xffm to use the default gtk font size.
> > Yeah, I'll second that. This behaviour is fairly annoying IMHO.
> The problem is that when I click the toolbar button to change view, I do
> it toggle quickly between views with more or less columns. By making the
> fonts smaller with smaller icons, I can see all columns (date, owner,
> mode) without resizing the window or scrolling horizontally. On making
> the icons bigger, the text grows so that it fills the empty space left
> by the absent columns.
> I can understand why the behaviour bothers you guys. So we need a fix to
> keep everybody happy.
> I can think of enabling the fontsize changes *only* when the the change
> view button is pressed. Or maybe just a preferences checkmenu item
> "Enable font rescaling". Any other suggestions?
> > Cheers,
> > Olivier.
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