[kde-linux] Icon text style
wm at ariannuccia.de
Thu Sep 7 11:14:15 UTC 2006
On Wed, 06 Sep 2006 11:21:42 -0700, Mark Ness wrote:
> On Tue, 05 Sep 2006 10:10:28 +0200, Wolfgang Mueller wrote:
> > Does anyone know how to replace the broad white letters of
> > the icon texts which appear in KDE 3.5.1 under SUSE 10.1 by
> > normal black letters, as I had them in KDE 3.3.0 under SUSE
> > 9.2? I can't find anything appropriate in the Control Center.
> [...] If you are referring to desktop icons,
> Control Center->Appearance and Themes->Fonts-> Desktop (Choose).
> You can choose the font and size.
But not the color. And that's what I wanted to change.
Anyway, meanwhile I found the solution of my problem:
Appearance & Themes --> Desktop --> Advanced Options
--> Background Icon Text --> Text color
So far, I thought that only Microsoft is able to hide features and
options so perfectly. But the KDE developers were not lazy...
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