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icon and text resize!

  

KDE4 Brainstorm

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icon and text resize!
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icon and text resize!
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Downloads:  153
Submitted:  Jan 9 2007
Updated:  Aug 22 2009

Description:

I have added two new screenshots. This thread has more than 2 years old, and a lot of thigs were changed in the KDE community, so I hope that people like this time this IDEA.


We all know that size of the icons can be changed smoothly in dolphin using „+” and „-” icons. Wy only icon size? The text should be change too! Look at the screenshots.


The download file its only an image created with the help of the gimp.




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 Yes

 
 by dedmopozzz on: Jan 9 2007
 
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IMHO!


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 Why?

 
 by abhay on: Jan 9 2007
 
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Why another option? If you want to increase font size...there is already option for it. Why create more options and more confusion? KDE has enough options as yet.


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 .

 
 by pearlucks on: Jan 9 2007
 
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Very useful on Mepis because the icon are very small. I think its 16 pixels.


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 Why?

 
 by Ekardnam on: Jan 10 2007
 
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I don't really see why you want to change the text size. You can already change it in the settings, and if you resize your icons doesn't mean that the text becomes unreadable.


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 icons

 
 by sefur on: Jan 11 2007
 
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But still I have to do it in the settings menu, Icons do not means only Icons but also a text to!

This is not an option, this is jut enhancement !


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 Re: icons

 
 by sefur on: Jan 11 2007
 
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And second thing

I do not like Firefox because when I will use CTR++ this web browser it change only the text, Opera change whole the page with images!

If I am changing resolution of the Desktop I am changing the whole desktop, not only text or only images!

Now You see my point?


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 Re: Re: icons

 
 by Ekardnam on: Jan 11 2007
 
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No.
When using a web browser, sometimes you may need to make the text bigger to be readable.

However, the text in Konqueror (at least should) always be readable.
However, sometimes you want to make the icons bigger to be able to see previews better, or smaller to have an overview.

When you make text bigger on a website, it can destroy the site layout.

When you make the icons bigger, you don't affect the surrounding elements.

So I still can't see why you want to resize the text too.


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