I'm using XFCE 4.8. I'd like to try Dolphin as my default file manger. The fonts are to small in the file list (detailed, icon, or compact) view, but not in the left navigation pane. How can I increase the font size? "Zooming in" only increases the size of the icon, not the file or directory name.

dolphin --version
Qt: 4.8.2
KDE Development Platform: 4.8.4 (4.8.4)
Dolphin: 2.0

asked 16 Feb '14, 13:39

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edited 17 Feb '14, 14:27




Yes, from the "view modes" config tab; once I change the font from "system font" to "custom font," I can use the "choose" button, and select the font size. Thanks.

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answered 17 Feb '14, 14:13

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The View Modes configuration tab should have an option to change the font itself, but I don't think you can explicitly change the font size.

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answered 17 Feb '14, 12:02

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