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  1. #1
    kayeaco NNTP User

    Default Problem of font size


    Dear all:

    I am an opensuse 11 KDE4 user. KDE4 is good~ however, I encountered a
    problem about the font.
    When I change the system font via [configure desktop] -> appearance ->
    font, the fonts of KDE4 and GTK programs will be changed.
    But the fonts of KDE3 programs did not be changed.
    How can I change the fonts of KDE3 programs.

    Best regards.


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    hcvv NNTP User

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    KDE3 is seperated from KDE4 and has it own config files. To change use
    KDE3's own 'configure desktop'.


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  3. #3
    kayeaco NNTP User

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    hcvv;1908737 Wrote:
    > KDE3 is seperated from KDE4 and has it own config files. To change use
    > KDE3's own 'configure desktop'.


    Can you tell me how to run KDE3's "configure desktop" in KDE4
    environment @@" thx~


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    hcvv NNTP User

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    Nope, just run KDE3.


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    conram NNTP User

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    kayeaco;1908778 Wrote:
    > Can you tell me how to run KDE3's "configure desktop" in KDE4
    > environment @@" thx~


    Maybe use kcontrol
    run kcontrol in a terminal
    You can do it even if your in kde4


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    kayeaco NNTP User

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    conram;1908915 Wrote:
    > Maybe use kcontrol
    > run kcontrol in a terminal
    > You can do it even if your in kde4


    I can not find 'kcontrol' or 'kontrol' command in KDE4.
    Even I try to install it via zypper ~ @@ there seems no package about
    kontrol in KDE4.


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    conram NNTP User

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    kayeaco;1909087 Wrote:
    > I can not find 'kcontrol' or 'kontrol' command in KDE4.
    > Even I try to install it via zypper ~ @@ there seems no package about
    > kontrol in KDE4.


    What I meant was to typethe command kcontrol in the terminal.
    If it will not show up it means kde 3.xx is not installed or it is
    missing it.


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