Hi All,From inside my bash script, is there a way to increase my Xdialog default font size? If not, is there any other way to do it?I found a commercial program using Xdial... [by ToddAndMargo]
on 02/16/2010 – Made popular on 02/16/2010
I have tried MoonReader Pro but when I increase the font size the text is not wrapped and the increased text overflows the screen in my tab. I want it to behave like as note pad does with its size and with increase in font size.
I use exterm often and always ctrl + right-click to set the font size to Huge. However, I find that Huge is very small in high-res devices. It looks really tiny on my laptop's 10 inch fullhd monitor. I am wondering if there is any easy way to increase the font size further than Huge. I searched the Internet (perhaps ineffectively) and found no solution for this.
I'm using XFCE 4.8. I'd like to try Dolphin as my default file manger. The fonts are to small in the file list (detailed, icon, or compact) view, but not in the left navigation pane. How can I increase the font size? "Zooming in" only increases the size of the icon, not the file or directory name.
KDE Development Platform: 4.8.4 (4.8.4)
I created a very very basic script that opens multiple konsole terminals when I run the script which essentially sshs into a jump box into the end device and tails some logs etc etc. A few of the konsoles run scripts where the default font size is too big and the lines are cut off. Which I would just manually resize the font to whatever size I would like in the GUI.
Where would I find the file that contains the default font size information. I'm building my own ROM and have changed the default font type but would like to set the default size of the font at time of install to the smallest possible size but have not been able to locate the file to do so. I've spent several hours looking through framework-res.apk and twframework-res.apk.