Re: changing default fonts for menus

On Thu, Aug 14, 2003 at 01:39:54PM +0000, Nikolai Vladychevski wrote:
Jody Goldberg writes: 

On Wed, Aug 13, 2003 at 02:02:02PM +0000, Nikolai Vladychevski wrote:

how can I change the default menu font in gnumeric 1.1.17? What files do 
I have to modify? I have found apps/gnumeric/core/defaultfont/%gconf.xml 
but where are the docs about its format? 

I'm not clear what you mean by the default font.
The gconf keys

control the family and size to use by default.  However, thats not
going to change the content of old saved files, just newly created

well, I want the menus of gnumeric, like "File", "Edit" .... and the items 
"New","Open..." and etc to display with different font than the defined by 
default. I was looking at souces and set DEFAULT_FONT to "Courier" in 
src/style.h but gnumeric ignores the change. I would like to know where is 
the font for menus defined? 

Oh.  That is a completely different setting.  The fonts used in the
menus and toolbars are configured using the standard tools for Gtk+
and GNOME.  The gnome control center has a font configuration tool
that you can run from the command line or the control center shell.

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