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How I could have smaller button for VLC, KeepassXC, ... ?

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jodumont
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How I could have smaller button for VLC, KeepassXC, ... ?

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Post by jodumont » Thu Jun 27, 2019 11:03 am

Hi;

I don't know if it a QT of GTK setting but I would like to choose a smaller font to have smaller button in few software, such as VLC and KeepassXC.
While the button and font are fine in LibreOffice and Firefox in others software it is almost unusable.

I can't remember the name of the application but it is not in Appearance or Windows Manager.
Also; I remember when I was using Debian/Ubuntu I could edit those settings with a apps in Settings which I don't find in MX.

If anybody understand my jebrish and know how to reduce the size of those button I would be happy to ear it ;)

Thank you

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Re: How I could have smaller button for VLC, KeepassXC, ... ?

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Post by manyroads » Sun Jul 07, 2019 8:43 pm

Fonts have nothing to do with image size (unless you are using fontawesome or similar). Image size of icons is controlled most frequently by your theme. There are variations on that, but not knowing what your platform is makes giving a better answer very hard. Try to change your theme(s) and see if you get better results.
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