Re: Remove font preferences from Nautilus

On 11 May 2002, Pier Luigi Fiorini wrote:

> Hello guys. 
> In GNOME 2.0 Control Center there's a "Font" capplet that makes easy and
> comfortable, for the users, change widget and desktop fonts. 
> But in Nautilus you can find 3 font preferences (relative to
> desktop/sidebar, icon view and list view). 
> I think for usability this is bad, so I filled this bug in bugzilla: 
> I made 2 patches (one for Nautilus and one for the font capplet). 
> The Nautilus patch removes font preferences from Nautilus and makes icon
> view, list view and music view fonts match to the desktop fonts using
> the gconf key /desktop/gnome/interface/desktop_font_name 
> The old /apps/nautilus/preferences/default_font_size gconf key is
> obsolete now, because I used the pango_font_description_* API to
> retrieve the font size defined in
> /desktop/gnome/interface/desktop_font_name 
> The font capplet patch remove the
> /apps/nautilus/preferences/default_font_size gconf key and change the
> desktop font key to /desktop/gnome/interface/desktop_font_name 

This is wrong, as discussed earlier. I'm working on a patch that makes the 
desktop font set the desktop font and the rest of the Nautilus fonts 
follow the standard Gtk+ fonts. It's more work then i guessed to make it 
handle font changes, but it should be going in today.

/ Alex

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