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Posted on 2006-06-30
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I have tinkkered with the monitors settings, i.e., brightness, contras, etc.  My question is; where in GNOME can one make further adjustments to the fonts, etc.  My screen fonts look horrible when I KVM to the server.  Or are there any commands that adjust the screen presentation?
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Applications->Preferences->Font

You can set different fonts and sizes for applications, desktop and few others

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I'll check it out. thanks
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That was easy wasn't it.  There's more to come!
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Well - I had to start up a gnome system to check:)

I'll shut it down now?

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