joshua.oleary at btinternet.com
Tue Jul 17 17:34:41 UTC 2012
On 17/07/12 16:00, Jack wrote:
> I am a tech/computer amateur. For years I used Ubuntu 9.04, great
> system, then bought a new Brother Laser printer, could not get
> connected to it, turned the computer over to a repair tech who worked
> for over 2 hours with no luck. Drivers would not load.
> Tech installed Xubuntu (I had never heard of it), connected to the
> printer, gave me back the computer.
> Not happy with the screen. Plain blue background with a mountain of
> tiny icons that are essentially unreadable. No idea what they are.
> Click on one and I get a tiny, abbreviated title. Have to go thru
> several to find what I need.
> How do I make a more usable user friendly screen out of this mess???
Make desktop fonts/icons bigger by right clicking on the desktop,
choosing Desktop Settings, go into the 'Icons' tab and adjust the size.
To change fonts of other things, go into Main Menu>Settings>Settings
Manager>Appearance, and change font settings under the 'Fonts' tab. The
'Window Manger' settings dialog in the xfce settings manager can be used
to set window title fonts.
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