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    Is it possible to assign a pixel size to desktop icons?

    Hi all

    Im wondering if there is a way to assign desktop icons a certain size, perhaps dpi or something like that, in 11.10. I came apon a post way back, for 8.04 that had the following:

    Code:
    gconftool --type string --set /apps/nautilus/icon_view/default_zoom_level "smallest"
    But I'm thinking of something like:

    Code:
    --set/apps/nautilus/icon_view/default_size:25dpi
    Or something like that. Maybe not in gconf but somewhere.

    Glenn.

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    Re: Is it possible to assign a pixel size to desktop icons?

    You know you can just right click and select "resize icon"?
    TELL me how to fix my problem, I'll be back in a week, same problem.
    TEACH me how to fix it, I'll be good from then on.

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    Re: Is it possible to assign a pixel size to desktop icons?

    Quote Originally Posted by bobman321123 View Post
    You know you can just right click and select "resize icon"?
    Yeah I know I can do that, but how do I know if all the icons are the same size, there MUST be a setting in a config file somewhere that sets the desktop icons size.
    Surely, he says.

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