Re: [Evolution] 184.108.40.206 change icons.
- From: Robert Lindgren <robert orcafat com>
- To: evolution lists ximian com
- Subject: Re: [Evolution] 220.127.116.11 change icons.
- Date: Mon, 28 Jun 2004 11:08:37 +0200
Not Zed wrote:
On Mon, 2004-06-28 at 09:35 +0200, Robert Lindgren wrote:
Theres some tool in the control centre which lets you set whether the
toolbars use small icons or no icons at all (which is what i use).
Toolbars perhaps. It sets some gconf key or something.
Is it possible to exchange the large (24x24) icons with 16x16 icons in
How do I get rid of the toolbar in the compose window, and the
formatting bar which I never need, It just takes up a lot of space.
Yes but I figure this will change the settings for all gnome apps, which is
quite ok, since I don't use any :)
I don't know why the buttons down the bottom don't honour the normal
toolbar settings, something about them not really being a toolbar or
some such. At least turning off the icons would make it smaller.
Regarding space. Since I mainly use kde apps, I'm astonished by how big
all widgets are in gtk, didn't find any theme that made them smaller.
For example the mail,contacts,calendars,tasks buttons in the left bottom
of the app takes up 35 px (on the height) and would only need about
20px, the same is true for the buttons in the toolbar, takes up about
32px and would only need a bit more than 24, if 24 icons are use, which
I don't want.
Yes but still the take up excessive amount of valuable screen space. I want to
read emails. I don't want to look at big buttons.
You can't, its all hardcoded as per HIG guidelines, or something. I
like it as much as you do ... *shrug*
I of cause understand that it might be preferable for some people to
have bigger widgets, but please give me some guidelines on how to make
them smaller. And no I'm not running evolution on a 640x480 screen
(1920x1200 in fact).
Hmm ok, I guess there is a reason why I don't use gnome apps....
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