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it was driving me crazy to look at those gigantic retardo icons and fonts in the Gnome GUI, until I finally changed over to KDE (for other reasons), and found ...
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    Is there an Icon Size option in Gnome GUI


    it was driving me crazy to look at those gigantic retardo icons and fonts in the Gnome GUI, until I finally changed over to KDE (for other reasons), and found an Icon size option. I was just wondering if there was an Desktop Icon Size option for Gnome. By the way I am a 1 week Linux user.

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    maybe there is something here:
    http://www.gnome.org/learn/intro/latest/

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    right click on the menu, and change the menu size. It will make the menu smaller (like in windows) and scale down the icons accordingly
    I respectfully decline the invitation to join your delusion.

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    Hi,

    In order to resize the icons on your Gnome Desktop you can go to the Desktop - Preferences - File Management and zoom out a little.
    If you also want to use smaller fonts, just go to Desktop - Preferences - Font and on the Desktop font type and size adjust to the desired size.

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