Hi all, I’ve searched quite a bit for solutions to this issue I’ve had due to my laptops monitor geometry the past couple years, and thought maybe you could help.
I’m loving the bspwm install so far. I have a 1920x1080 monitor on a 14" laptop, though, so certain things are a little too small. Tint2 fonts are small, as are default firefox and jgmenu fonts. I can easily change the terminal font for termite, so no issue there. I can change the size of the tint2 panel as well, but font size changes for jgmenu and tint2 in their rc files don’t seem to have an effect.
When I used KDE I had no issue, as it was able to implement a forced dpi of 120 and it was more or less implemented with few exceptions.
I’ve tried xrandr --dpi to set a dpi of 120, which in my experience with Win10 worked well, and have tried xft.dpi: 120 in .Xresources but neither have had an effect, even after logout or reboot. What is the most effective way to fix this issue? I understand not all applications will use .Xresources or xrandr settings, but there has to be something I’m not seeing.
Thanks in advance for your advice.