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Re: [vox-tech] conditional .gtkrc-2.0
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Re: [vox-tech] conditional .gtkrc-2.0

Create two different files, .gtkrc-2.0-laptop and .gtkrc-2.0-desktop, and
at login, using a script, determine which computer you're connecting from
and make a symlink to .gtkrc-2.0 from the appropriate file!  It's like


On Thu, 29 Apr 2004, Dave Margolis wrote:

> Hello,
> I generally run gaim via ssh -X from my computer at home on my computer
> at work.  This works just spiffily except the fonts show up quite a bit
> smaller on my laptop (12" 1024x768) then the do on my actual box at home
> (15" 1024x768).
> I tried adding the following to .gtkrc-2.0 to increase the font size:
> gtk-font-name = "Lucida Grande 14"
> This looks great on the little laptop screen, but HUGE on the desktop
> screen.  It also messes with proportions of the fonts in Mozilla on the
> desktop machine.
> Question is this: how can I specify that font declaration just for gaim,
> or better yet, just for gaim when it's running over a remote X session?
> Thanks,
> Dave M.
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