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Month: May 2016

Re: font/UI sizes in VLC tiny

From: deloptes <deloptes@...>
Date: Sun, 15 May 2016 19:39:06 +0200
E. Liddell wrote:

> On Sun, 15 May 2016 04:26:54 -0400
> Felix Miata <mrmazda@...> wrote:
>> Felix Miata composed on 2016-05-14 04:46 (UTC-0400):
>> > Does anyone know if VLC's UI can be made to obey Trinity's font size
>> > settings? I have font size set to 14 in qtconfig
>> > (~/.config/Trolltech.conf), and QT's own settings window has fonts same
>> > size as Trinity's size 14 fonts. VLC's fonts are only about half as big
>> > as Trinity's:
>> >
>> I finally got fonts right in VLC in Jessie's 14.0.3 via IRC help
>> suggesting to install and run qtconfig-qt4. NAICT, all running
>> qtconfig-qt4 did was put a font setting line into
>> ~/.config/Trolltech.conf. That's already been done in openSUSE 42.1 via
>> /usr/bin/qtconfig, which comes from the libqt4-x11 rpm, yet VLC fonts
>> remain tiny in openSUSE. :-(
>> The subject machine/installation is not my own, as I'm doing a nearly
>> blind friend a favor. I checked on one of my own openSUSE 42.1/TDE 14.0.3
>> installations, and can't get fonts in VLC to obey any font settings there
>> either.
> Random question, possibly not helpful--is it possible that VLC is using
> the qt5 GUI that's available in recent versions?
> E. Liddell


there is 

ii  tqt3-qtconfig  4:14.0.3-0debian8.0.0+0              amd64        The
TQt3 Configuration Application

and AFAIR I have used it to setup the fonts for the gtk apps I use