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Re: Fonts in zenmap v6.25 (Windows)
From: Jacek Wielemborek <wielemborekj1 () gmail com>
Date: Tue, 2 Jul 2013 17:30:45 +0200

2013/7/1 Richard Hagmann <admin () trendwerk at>:
Dear Sirs,

first of all - Thank you very much for developing such a usefull tool and distribute it for free. It helps me a lot 
in my work as System and Network Administrator.   Great job done!

Please advice if this not the right address for my tiny issue, but I couldn't find anything more suitable on the 
portal.

I'm using Zenmap on a Windows XP Laptop and the font-size especially in the
"Nmap Output" Window ist very tiny and hence very difficult to read.
The screen-shots at your Web-portal (taken from a Linux GUI) shows a much more readable font (like Arial/San-Serif 9 
or 10 points).

Is there any possiblity to change (or patch) the font or font-size used in Zenmap?   I was looking into zenmap.conf 
but without success.

Thank you for your attention and advice.


Sincerely,
Ing. Richard Hagmann
iT-Systems Engineer
Trendwerk - Vienna

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Hi Richard,

A quick hack you might find useful before somebody comes up with something
better - edit file zenmapGUI/NmapOutputViewer.py, find the following line
(number 153 in my source code copy):

self.tag_font.set_property("family", "Monospace")

And add the following below, with the same indentation:

self.tag_font.set_property("font", "Monospace 14")

The "14" is the value you will probably want to tweak. Also, please post a
screenshot of what it looks like on your computer so we might have a better
picture of what might be the problem.

Yours,
Jacek Wielemborek
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