How to change font size in qdiff and qcat

Asked by Christoph Budzinski on 2008-01-24

The font size used in qdiff and qcat is really small, I have trouble reading the text. Is there a way to make the font size bigger? I couldn't find any option for changing the font size in qcat, qdiff or qconfig. Thanks in advance for any help, it's really appreciated.

Here is a full-size screenshot:
http://img137.imageshack.us/img137/8551/qcatuo9.png

In qdiff the font size is big enough when using the Unidiff mode, but it's as small as in qcat (see screenshot) in side-by-side mode.

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I use Qt4.3.3, PyQt4.33 and qbzr 0.80 (as provided with the bazaar Mac OS X Leopard dmg) on Mac OS X Leopard 10.5.1.

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Best Lukáš Lalinský (luks) said :
#1

Sorry, it isn't possible at the moment. Ideally it should use the system font size, but the only way to change it in 0.8 is to edit qbzr/diffview.py manually. :(

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Christoph Budzinski (chriscolon) said :
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Thanks for pointing me there, I just changed the font size in diffview.py and cat.py from 8 to 12 and now it's perfect :)

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Christoph Budzinski (chriscolon) said :
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Thanks Lukáš Lalinský, that solved my question.