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    Default [SOLVED] Increase font size in lists

    I just upgraded to 6.0.6 from 6.0.2. In 6.0.2, I successfully changed the font size of the fonts used in the inbox list, tabs and folder list. My users are complaining.

    I attempted to go into /opt/zimbra/jetty/webapps/zimbra/skins/_base/base2/skin.properties and increase the fonts in "Font-smaller, Font-normal, etc..."

    I've done the for .../skins/_base/base/..

    There is no change in font size. Any suggestions are appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrAnderson View Post
    I just upgraded to 6.0.6 from 6.0.2.
    Did you see the announcement about 6.0.7 being released?

    Quote Originally Posted by MrAnderson View Post
    There is no change in font size. Any suggestions are appreciated.
    Did you restart Zimbra after making the change?
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    Bill


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    I apologize Bill. Please disregard, the change did take effect, just not on my browser (chrome)...

    For others looking to increase the font size, the proper file to change (for zcs-6.0.x) is located under:

    /opt/zimbra/jetty/webapps/zimbra/skins/_base/base2/skin.properties

    Make a backup:
    # su - zimbra
    $ cd /opt/zimbra/jetty/webapps/zimbra/skins/_base/base2
    $ cp skin.properties skin.properties.save
    $ vi skin.properties

    I changed the font sizes to:
    FontSize-normal = font-size:14px;
    FontSize-big = font-size:14px;
    FontSize-bigger = font-size:15px; font-weight:bold;
    FontSize-biggest = font-size:18px; font-weight:bold;
    FontSize-small = font-size:12px;
    FontSize-smaller = font-size:12px;
    FontSize-miniscule = font-size:12px;
    FontSize-html = font-size:12pt;

    After editing is complete, restart Zimbra.
    $ zmcontrol shutdown
    $ zmcontrol startup
    Last edited by MrAnderson; 06-17-2010 at 08:00 AM.

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    fantastic thanks though the unread color change didnt work

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrAnderson View Post
    I apologize Bill. Please disregard, the change did take effect, just not on my browser (chrome)...
    Glad you've fixed it, you might want to mark this thread as Solved (in the Thread Tools drop-down at the top of this page).
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