Re: setting fonts for Yelp

I think it'd quite an improvement if the patch you are talking about
went into  GNOME 2.0. But for now: which stylesheet? XSL  or CSS? If
CSS, which one (docbook.css?)


On Fri, 2002-05-24 at 09:58, Sander Vesik wrote:
> On 24 May 2002, Alexander Kirillov wrote:
> > 
> > 
> > Hi guys:
> > can any one tell me if there is a way a user can specify fonts to be
> > used by Yelp? On my system, it uses ridiculously small font sizes.
> > AFAIK, Yelp uses Gtkhtml2, but I couldn't find anywhere a  configuration
> > dialog which would allow changing fonts used by it. In fact, even the
> > dialog for setting Gtkhtml1 fonts is gone in GNOME 2. Looks like a
> > serious problem to me  - and my vision is reasonably good. 
> > 
> > At least, can I do it by changing some  values
> >  using gconf editor? 
> There are two ways - the correct way and the present way. The correct way
> (yelp font, font size, font colour, background colour follow ftk theme)
> depends on a patch that has been sitting in bugzilla for a week being
> applied. In the presnt way, you have to hand-edit the stylesheet - there
> really isn't an alternative to picking a 'mostly works on a variety of
> displays' default at present before the gtkhtml2 patch goes in.
> I really don't have time to maintain gtkhtml2, but i might try looking at
> it over teh weekend as a stop-gap measure.
> > 
> > Sasha
> > 
> 	Sander
> 	you'll rescue me right?
> 	in the exact same way that they never did
> 	i'll be happy right?
> 	when your healing powers kick in

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