Nick Murtagh wrote:
> David Golden wrote:
>>> But gnucash on my system (Debian/unstable) is definitely a gtk2 app that
>> uses new font handling too though - just maybe centos4's is gtk1 or
>> some other toolkit? I dunno the history of gnucash's gui, but if
>>>> Yeah, gnucash 2.0.0 was the gtk2 port. Anything before that is gtk1.
>ok, i'm now running gnucash-2.0.0-1.fc5 on fc5. i was running
gnucash-1.8.12-0.rhel4 on centos4, throwing the display hither and yon.
it was displaying identically on centos4 X, fc5 X, and centos4 Xvnc, but
got a fugly large font on fc5 Xvnc. gnucash 2 is displaying identically
in all 4. thank you.
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