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I noticed when I clicked "new posts", fonts were a tad funky in linux-flock on my laptop. See the attachment.

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Explore what fonts linux-flock is using, probably wrong ones.
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Create these two configs and restart x11:
http://forums.pcbsd.org/viewtopic.php?p=74641#p74641
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Thanks Vermaden, meant to test that after you initially posted it... but fell off the end of my todo-list.

After restarting X with those settings, the fonts are much more attractive, but also much /smaller/, my guess being a change in DPI.
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Thanks Vermaden, meant to test that after you initially posted it... but fell off the end of my todo-list.

After restarting X with those settings, the fonts are much more attractive, but also much /smaller/, my guess being a change in DPI.
Yes, you can change their size by increasing/decrising DPI value.
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