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Re: [trinity-users] more on the font size / dpi issue

From: Felix Miata <mrmazda@...>
Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2018 15:37:58 -0400
dep composed on 2018-06-29 15:09 (UTC-0400):

> Felix Miata wrote:

>> 1-to make GTK3 apps accommodate, set Xft.dpi as desired. 

> Fair enough. How is this done? I have no file called Xft.dpi, and xrdb -query reports an Xft.dpi value of 120. So where and how does one configure Xorg to employ a higher value?

Xft.dpi is an Xresource. Setting it in ~/.Xresources should work per user. It
used to work in ~/.Xdefaults, and still might. How to do it globally varies by
distro. e.g. Mageia sets it to 96 in /etc/X11/ in two different Xresources
regular files, while in other distros, Xresources is a directory in /etc/X11/.

I wrote in my last post (see #3) why you have 120.

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