Buttons size

Asked by Pietry on 2008-04-27

Hi... I used LinuxDC++ some while ago... and the first thing that impacts is the size of the buttons in the toolbar. I know GTK+ usually have this very large buttons, but isn't there a way to make them smaller? Or at least an option for this ?
If the buttons are smaller , more of them could fit in there ( also, could leave more room for more important things ).
I usually run high resolutions and the screen space is quite important thingy...
I hope this makes sense and it;s not my fault in setting up the window system..
Thanks, Pietry

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Steven Sheehy (steven-sheehy) said : #1

The icons themselves are not that big, it's the text below them that makes them seem larger. You can disable the text (or remove the toolbar completely) under preferences->appearances->main toolbar style.

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