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I found something interesting but it doesn't solve the problem:

I can use Options > Libreoffice > Fonts > and use Replacement table to replace my OS font by another font. This works after I check "Use system font for user interface" in View options but I don't know how to use this Replacement table to also specify the size of the font that replaces the default font.

Example: since my default OS font is Droid Sans, I put "Droid Sans" in the Font field and "Liberation Sans" in the Replace With field and this replaces my OS font with the Liberation Sans font, but it's still very small. If I type "Liberation Sans 20" in the Replace With field instead (20 is my desired font size) it doesn't work, e.g. the default OS font doesn't change.

Maybe I'm not using the right syntax here.
Does anyone know how to specify the font size in the replacement table?

On 06/10/2016 07:20 AM, Edwar Cifuentes wrote:
Hi again.

First, I'm on Mint OS with xfce desktop, and I have LO 4 though this problem also happens with LO 5. The theme in the settings is "Default (Human)" and is the only one available.

I'm trying to make the LO application interface font bigger.

I changed my OS settings but this only affects the LO menus. The dialog boxes and other things like the status bar still have very small font.

I cannot use the User Interface scaling option because, since my menus are already bigger, after I have increased the scaling, the menus become Huge.

If I go the other way around, decreasing my OS font size, then I cannot read the text on other applications different from LO.

So what I need is either find a way to increase the dialogs' font sizes without increasing my Menus' font sizes, or find a way to decrease my Menus' font sizes without decreasing my OS font sizes.

Thank you.

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