kbun at xpresso.seaslug.org
Thu Jan 25 23:33:28 UTC 2018
Well, there is a drop down menu on the right, that has a
"zoom", entry with a + or - sign, but that only works on
the page one is visiting, and has to be reset for every
page you go to. Not too convenient, but the real
inconvenience is the inability to read every last icon,
button, menu item, bookmark, URL address, search
bar, and et tedious cetera, without hovering over the
monitor with a magnifying glass. :-(
On Thu, 25 Jan 2018, Karsten Loh wrote:
> Yes that is the right setting (see also here:https://fedoramagazine.org/how-to-get-firefox-looking-right-on-
> a-high-dpi-display-and-fedora/ ). As stated it works for me.
> That said I'm using the ESR version of FF since there are still
> two legacy addons I need that I've not yet found suitable
> replacements for. I don't see any reasons why that setting
> shouldn't work in FF57+ though.
> Evil Overlord Rule #202: All crones with the ability to prophesy
> will be given free facelifts, permanents, manicures, and Donna
> Karan wardrobes. That should pretty well destroy their credibili
> On 25.01.2018 22:37, Bill Vance wrote:
> Hi Karsten;
> Are you sure that's the right variable? I've worked
> my way up to
> 6.5, and no changes.
> On Thu, 25 Jan 2018, Karsten Loh wrote:
> Afraid I can't help you with your apt or
> synaptic problems. With Firefox
> (or T-Bird) the tiny text problem is
> easy to fix though. Simply enter
> "about:config" in the address bar and
> search for:
> "layout.css.devPixelsPerPx" set that to
> a number that gives you a
> comfortable text size (I use 1.4).
> Evil Overlord Rule #45: I will make sure
> I have a clear understanding of who is
> responsible for what in my organization.
> For example, if my general screws up I
> will not draw my weapon, point it at
> him, say "And here is the price for
> failure," then suddenly turn and kill
> some random underling.
> On 25.01.2018 17:55, Bill Vance wrote:
> Synaptic is giving me the
> same error message that
> apt-get is,
> I.e., "W: No sandbox user
> '_apt' on the system, can
> not drop
> privileges". Unfortunately,
> synaptic is treating it as a
> error, and the download dies
> at that point. It also has
> same, "tiny text", problem
> as firefox.
> Anyone know how to fix
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