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gallifrey
July 2nd, 2010, 12:06 PM
Hi all, again.

I have been doing some customisations, and so far, I have my desktop looking pretty sweet. :)

I am having one problem though; In changing the Applications font in Appearance preferences, it changes the font used in Nautilus, which i do not want, as the font I am using does not have capitals. I only want the font on my panel Menus and/or Desktop, but not in Nautilus.

So what I want to know is this: can I set the font individually for Nautilus (or any app, for that matter)? If not, can I set the Applications font to the one I want for Nautilus, and then set an individual font for my panel Menu headings/Menus?

As usual, any assistance and input would be gratefully appreciated!!!

Thank you :)

okplayer02
July 5th, 2010, 11:13 PM
well Gnome is the DE so it controls all the programs that are gtk so no you cant change the font for GNOME and it not affect the other gtk programs. however you can change some programs fonts individually its up to you to go thru each program and do that. you can also look at the gconf-editor to make some changes to fonts.