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Reduce Gnome Main Menu Icon Size

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The toplevel menu bar (Application Places System) contains menu-item icons way too big, everytime I click over them the list displays like half of the screen. After a while checking with some themes, I can see they change the list smaller (it takes only 1/5 of the screen). I've found out because they make the icon size smaller.

 

I'm wondering how I can modify icon size on menu bar list?

 

Thanks for your support.

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Ahh, you didn't give me a chance to answer! It's one of the few things I know!

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Ahh, you didn't give me a chance to answer! It's one of the few things I know!

 

You can share to me and others :)

 

My solution is to locate the controls theme, usually at : /usr/share/themes/Theme-Name/gtk-2.0/gtkrc

Open gtkrc file with superuser right, then add this line at top if it doesn't exist:

 

gtk-icon-sizes = "panel-menu=16,16"

 

Logout and pick that theme :)

 

Anyway, I'm wondering if there is any way to reduce icon size on top panel (the one contains main menu bar) ?

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By reducing the pixels for the panel size, at a certain point the icons also get smaller.

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