Re: A minimal relational database in Debian
- Date: Fri, 03 Mar 2017 08:45:00 +0000
- From: GiaThnYgeia <GiaThnYgeia@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: A minimal relational database in Debian
I will top-post as it is meaningless to comment specifically.
I do have 5 and have not used base since I don't know when, on this
installation it was firsts. I am made fun of having large fonts as I
refuse to wear glasses and my eyes get irritated trying to read small
print. I adjusted the menus, the cells, and everything else I can find
straight out of the LibreB menu for fonts. And that 130% was
ridiculously exceeded on purpose to HUMONGOUS.
So, I am clueless to what you are saying! Maybe it is some desktop
environment that is blocking the adjustment of fonts?
> On Wed, Mar 01, 2017 at 08:53:58AM -0600, Richard Owlett wrote:
>> On 03/01/2017 08:19 AM, Bob Weber wrote:
>>> Unacceptable. It affects the size of _everything_, not just font size.
>>>> I collided with with a fatal side-effect. I tried a too large factor.
>>>> Now the "accept" button is now off screen and *NOT* accessible.
>>>> Don't see any option short of reinstall to resolve.
>>>> I consider LibreOffice *DOA*
>>> Try holding down the alt key and use the left mouse button. It should allow you
>>> to move the window anywhere on the screen so you can see the button that is off
> Re the menu font: perhaps those urls are relevant:
> In a nutshell: yes, version 4 allows resizing the menu font, up to 130%,
> not more; version 5 uses the menu font theme from the environment (no
> way to resize explicitly: change the theme).
> It seems probable that the bug report will be met with a WONTFIX :-(
> -- tomás
"The most violent element in society is ignorance" rEG