Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Set minimum font in Chromium

I found Chromium unusable because of the way too small fonts om my high resolution screen until I found this tweak:

To set the minimum font size in Chromium (Linux), you must edit the ~/.config/chromium/Default/Preferences file:

gedit ~/.config/chromium/Default/Preferences


Look for this inside the file you just opened:
  },
"webkit": {
"webprefs": {
"default_fixed_font_size": 15,
"default_font_size": 16,
"fixed_font_family": "Monospace",
"sansserif_font_family": "Droid Sans",
"serif_font_family": "Liberation Serif"
}
}
}


And add this two lines under "webprefs": {
 "minimum_font_size": 16,
"minimum_logical_font_siz": 16,


If you don't see this for change the default fonts in Options Under the Hood

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