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[ubuntu] Display woes?Docky & Google Chrome at 72 DPI

Hey all,

I'm running Maverick Meerkat (x64), and my screen is set to 72 logical DPI (which I prefer for working with graphics). As a result, the dock item label font size in Docky, and the tab and address bar suggestion drop-down text in Google Chrome, both have shrunken to almost unusable...
01-05-2011, 11:31 PM
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