On Mon, 31 Jul 2017, Nick Koretsky wrote: > I already written about that on this list long time ago. That checkbox is > very badly named, the correct name should be "Apply themes to non-TDE > application". It additional to colors it tries to apply fonts and > ok/cancel order and who knows what else. Also, afaik, it only apply them on > checking the box by writing to various config files, so if something also > altered this files you have to uncheck and recheck it to reapply. I'm also suffering a tiny fonts problem on an Asus Ux330u with an QHD screen. the fonts on the taskbar (kicker) and the font on the menu window of Trinity Control Center' are miniscule as are fonts on applications like LibreOffice, GIMP, Pan, etc. as far as I can tell, it affects all apps, whether Gnome or KDE. the thing also boots to Gnome (Gnome or so-called Debian Desktop Environment and Cinnamon) and to Windows 10, no problem with fonts. if I were only sure which config files to steal from Gnome! xdpyinfo |grep -B2 resolution --> dimensions: 3200x1800 pixels (846x476 millimeters) resolution: 96x96 dots per inch I've tried various settings in fonts enabling and disabling dpi. does seem to do best with Enabled 120 DPI using exegnu version. advice please. (week ago posted about overcoming UEFI; got that under control.) f. -- Felmon Davis The bug starts here.