gtk-chthemes - does it exist?

Leslie Satenstein lsatenstein at
Mon Jan 12 02:31:38 UTC 2009

Is it possible that the solution to the font size problem is simpler

 How about 

Gnome: System Preferences --. Look and Feel --> Appearance and chose fonts tab.
On the bottom right side of the window, chose details...  And on the top of the open menu, adjust resolution... (by default it should be 96).  Even if it is 96, move it down and then backup. It may result in X correcting it's settings.

--- On Mon, 1/5/09, Rahul Sundaram <sundaram at> wrote:
From: Rahul Sundaram <sundaram at>
Subject: Re: gtk-chthemes - does it exist?
To: "Community assistance, encouragement, and advice for using Fedora." <fedora-list at>
Date: Monday, January 5, 2009, 7:34 AM

Anne Wilson wrote:
> On Monday 05 January 2009 11:43:41 Rahul Sundaram wrote:
>> Anne Wilson wrote:
>>> I'm trying to get firefox more usable on a netbook.  I can
change the
>>> fonts used on the content pages, but the 'system' fonts
such as menu,
>>> tabs and bookmarks all use a font that is considerably larger than
>>> is sensible for the size of screen.  Mandriva users have told me
to use
>>> gtk-chthemes to handle these settings, but yum tells me that there
is no
>>> such package.  Does it exist on a slightly different name in
>> Doesn't seem to. Can you point me to the upstream url or source
> I think may be the upstream url.
 Description: Gtk-chtheme allows you to change the Gtk+ 2.0 theme when not using

Wow, that's a bad UI. I guess the rpm listed at should
work for you for now. Meanwhile, I will see if I can get it into the repos.


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