- Logging In
- Your First Login
- Anatomy of a Desktop
- KDE and GNOME Desktops
- The Panel
- Working on the Desktop
- Configuring the Desktop
- Changing the KDE Background
- Changing the GNOME Background
- Setting Fonts
- Setting the Screen Saver
- Organizing the Desktop
- Changing the Panel Location and Size
- Configuring Multiple Virtual Desktops
- Logging Out
You can change the size and style of the fonts used on your desktop. In the main menu, select KDE Control Center. In the index, click LookNFeel->Font. The window in Figure 6-13 opens. Click Choose to select the font size and style.
Figure 6-13 Font selection screen.
In GNOME, click the main menu icon. Select Preferences->Font. The screen on the right opens, showing the current fonts. To change one of the fonts, such as the Desktop font, click the name of the font. A screen will display that allows you to select the font, size, and style, such as bold or italic. When you select font settings in this screen, a preview of the font is shown, so you can see what your selections look like before pressing OK to save them.
When you are satisfied with your settings, click Close.