20 Jan 2005
If you're anything like me, one of the first things you notice when you load
up KDE is the bottom main tool-bar. The default settings for it are way too
Let's make it a bit smaller, shall we?
right-clicking somewhere on the main toolbar (the space where you right-click
has to be empty - like where the red-circle is, for example.)
Size and then select which ever setting suits your tastes. KDE defaults
we're done! In KDE, that's pretty much it.
GnomeIn Gnome it's a bit different, but not by much. You simply
right-click anywhere on the toolbar you wish to resize. (in the image below, the
area inside the red circle would be a great place to right-click)
then click on the properties item.
the properties, there is a size field with a range of 12 to 120. As you
increase or decrease the numbers, you should see the appropriate toolbar
increase or decrease in size.
choose a setting that suits you best, and you're done.