Which seems more in tune with what it should look like. My display is 1920x1080 in resolution. Its not limited to chromium, text et al everywhere starts out really big like that, then changes to small.
I think it’s just any theme, now the reverse happened - I opened up the computer, previewed some other theme in Appearance to get it all small and normal and went on to play Overwatch. Then now I went in to see what would happen with another theme, and now it all went big again when previewing a theme! And now it wont go back to small ^^; presumably it will be big upon reboot, then small again when I preview. Strange!
Edit. I tried switching to Adawaita now and then reboot, and its all big, and then I went into Appearance and clicked Clearlooks and it all went small, so it does not matter what theme you choose.
I’ve read that this problem only has chromium. No other browser has this problem. I have never used it, and if you have uninstalled, purged and installed the browser again, it can only be a code issue. Sorry I wasn’t helpful
It may seem strange, even by the time of the post … but you tried with Chrome ?, Chromium is unstable, always receives features and testing features, in general it is two or three summers ahead of Google’s default browser
I dont seem to have lxappearance installed, and xfce4-settings-manager is that one I show on the screen shots, the default theme doesent matter - I’ve tried restarting with any other theme and they all turn out like this. What settings would you light to see?
Even if I dont open a browser at all, Thunar has this font, even xfce-setttings-manager itself has everything big before I click another theme (see pictures in prev post)
Hello! I tried changing font and size, and that does not change anything - still the same thing on reboot, but with another font. But everything is still big. Stäng just means close, does nothing by itself. What does effect the change to normal resolution is when I click once on a theme (to preview it) and then it snaps to normal res, and then I click stäng to close the window.