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dillo 3.0.4 for Slacko 5.7
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Billtoo


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PostPosted: Mon 14 Apr 2014, 10:21    Post_subject:  dillo 3.0.4 for Slacko 5.7  

I made a pet of the latest Dillo 3.0.4 for Slacko 5.7

To change font size you need to edit /etc/dillo/dillorc

The download link is:

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ally


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PostPosted: Mon 14 Apr 2014, 10:26    Post_subject:  

thanks billtoo

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bjn

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PostPosted: Yesterday, at 15:12    Post_subject:  

Thanks, Billtoo. Smile But just what do I do once I open dillorc? I tried my hand at changing around the values at font_min/font_max_size, then opened Dillo, and nothing happened. The font still remained the same teeny size. Please help me, because I'm thinking Dillo could be quite useful, but the default font size is just too eye-straining for me.
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Billtoo


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PostPosted: Yesterday, at 15:35    Post_subject:  

bjn wrote:
Thanks, Billtoo. Smile But just what do I do once I open dillorc? I tried my hand at changing around the values at font_min/font_max_size, then opened Dillo, and nothing happened. The font still remained the same teeny size. Please help me, because I'm thinking Dillo could be quite useful, but the default font size is just too eye-straining for me.


Here is my dillorc:

# Default fonts:
#
# If FLTK has been configured with Xft enabled (the default), you can use
# scalable fonts such as DejaVu or Liberation (try running
# "fc-list : family | cut -d ',' -f 2 | sort").
#font_serif="DejaVu Serif"
#font_sans_serif="DejaVu Sans"
#font_cursive="URW Chancery L"
#font_fantasy="DejaVu Sans"
#font_monospace="DejaVu Sans Mono"
#
# Otherwise, use bitmapped fonts like the following (for a list, try running
# "xlsfonts -fn *-iso10646-1 | grep -v -e -0-0 | cut -d - -f 3 | sort | uniq").
# font_serif="times"
# font_sans_serif="helvetica"
# font_cursive="helvetica"
# font_fantasy="helvetica"
# font_monospace="courier"

# All font sizes are scaled by this value
# font_factor=1.5
#font_factor=1.0

# Maximum font size in pixels
font_max_size=100

# Minimum font size in pixels
font_min_size=19

# Show tooltip popups for HTML title attributes
#show_tooltip=YES

# Set this to YES if you want to limit the word wrap width to the viewport
# width (may be useful for iPAQ)
#limit_text_width=NO

Did you uncomment the lines for max and min size?
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bjn

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PostPosted: Yesterday, at 15:52    Post_subject:  

Thank you for responding so quickly, Billtoo. Smile You spotted the problem immediately - I hadn't uncommented the lines.

(See, now this is why I love Puppy and this forum. Simply unbeatable for this ex-Windows user/Linux novice.) Smile
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