Re: changing default fonts for menus

Jody Goldberg writes:
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
>    /apps/gnumeric/core/defaultfont/name
> /apps/gnumeric/core/defaultfont/size >
>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
gnome-font-properties that you can run from the command line or the control center shell.

the problem is that my applications is not standard and I would like to hardcode it in gnumeric. Do you know where could this be done? gnome-font-properties didn't work for me I tried it but it seems to be ignoring it, I run the gnumeric application under chrooted environment and I send display to another X server, so I guess this is why it is not working. Nikolai

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