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    Default Resizing folder icons in Nautilus

    Hi All,

    Using Gnome in Leap 42.1. Is there a way to resize folder icons in Nautilus? I have been using the pointer in
    icon-view.


    It does resize The icons but after reopening the folder, sizes displayed are back to where they were.

    Need help please.

    Regards,

    RSP2

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    Default Re: Resizing folder icons in Nautilus

    Quote Originally Posted by rsp2 View Post
    Hi All,

    Using Gnome in Leap 42.1. Is there a way to resize folder icons in Nautilus? I have been using the pointer in
    icon-view.


    It does resize The icons but after reopening the folder, sizes displayed are back to where they were.

    Need help please.

    Regards,

    RSP2
    Hi
    In the middle drop down (top right) use the slider to increase/decrease icon size (default zoom level).
    Code:
    gsettings get org.gnome.nautilus.icon-view default-zoom-level
    'standard'
    gsettings set org.gnome.nautilus.icon-view default-zoom-level 'large'
    Can be one of small, standard, large and larger.
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    Default Re: Resizing folder icons in Nautilus

    Hi Malcolm,

    Thanks once again. Done!!!!

    Regards,

    RSP2

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