The text below the 'Computer' icon wraps the 'r' when running on the XO which looks a bit out of place.
Is this a problem of the font size being too large relative to the grid size ?
A screenshot might help to clarify the situation.
I thought I had attached one... bah. And I managed to leave my stash of USB sticks + SD cards at home so can't get one until later tonight
The default dpi is set to be 201 (I think). That causes the fonts to be waay to big. If you go into gnome-appearance-properties select font->details and change it to 96 dpi then the ui works better. Ideally, the default setup would be 96dpi
Created attachment 319962 [details]
Also, "liveuser's home" gets wrapped now that we've changed fedora->liveuser. This is pretty noticeable for users of Fedora on the XO
The basic problem is that nautilus doesn't take dpi into account when deciding about its grid size:
#define STANDARD_ICON_GRID_WIDTH 155
It probably needs some
if (dpi > 96)
grid = STANDARD_ICON_GRID_WIDTH * dpi / 96;
Sent a note about this to nautilus-list, lets see what they say...
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 10 development cycle.
Changing version to '10'.
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