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    Default Zimbra Desktop Font Size Very Small

    Hey,
    I have a client to is using Zimbra Desktop Beta 2 (newest) and he is running on a linux machine and is having issues with the font size being very tiny. I don't have much information to go on. But I'm just curious if anyone else has run into this problem. Thanks.
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    I have the problem of too big

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    please file a bug. thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikelward View Post
    Welcome to the forums and thanks for filing the bug report. You should also vote on any bugs you want actioned, it gives them added weight and perhaps the original posts might like to vote as well.
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    I had a user who complained of the font sizes being too small and I found that some of the normal keyboard shortcuts work as a temporary fix. This has to be done each time ZD is started as the change does not stick. It will be nice when the bug gets addressed, but until then:

    Windows:
    CTRL + makes bigger
    CTRL - makes smaller

    Mac:
    Command + makes bigger
    Command - makes smaller

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    Default Changing the size of font...

    On my Apple Mac I use "cmd +" or "cmd -". It makes the entire desktop grow or shrink including the buttons and icons. I think this is excellent for those with small monitors or poor res screens.
    Most Apps only shrink or enlarge the text in the message.

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    The best work around I found was to put this:

    Code:
    user_pref("font.default.x-unicode", "sans-serif");
    user_pref("font.default.x-user-def", "sans-serif");
    user_pref("font.default.x-western", "sans-serif");
    user_pref("font.language.group", "x-western");
    user_pref("font.minimum-size.x-unicode", 10);
    user_pref("font.minimum-size.x-user-def", 10);
    user_pref("font.minimum-size.x-western", 10);
    in ~/zimbra/zdesktop/profile/prefs.js.

    Next issue: font anti-aliasing...

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    Where do I put this code? I'm a novice.....could you please give me a little more details?
    Much appreciated :-)

    Alatas

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