It seems that the new version of the logout dialog does not respect overall system font size settings. Also the Greybird theme does not seem to work fully.
Previous version: http://fenikso.cz/Linux/xfce4-session-4.13.1-23.png
New version: http://fenikso.cz/Linux/xfce4-session-4.13.2-2.png
Another styling class was added to the logout dialog , and it sets the font size to "smaller" .
I guess we can reset the font size in some injected css just to be sure. The general idea of adding this style-class was to use the general style for undecorated dialogs by default.
Re-setting the font size to e.g. normal may also override themes which set it to a larger/smaller value, so that's not ideal.
I will change the font size of this specific dialog in Greybird and in Adwaita it'll remain as is.
Created attachment 8692
Patch resetting the font-size
Please test the attached patch if possible.
(In reply to Simon Steinbeiss from comment #5)
> Created attachment 8692
> Patch resetting the font-size
> Please test the attached patch if possible.
You can add g_object_unref (provider) after gtk_style_context_add_provider.
Forgot to mention: LGTM.
Simon Steinbeiss referenced this bugreport in commit 7e00dcf456e2c6bc05ab51e662e8c5cc0625d181
Reset font-size of logout dialog to default (Bug #15505)
> You can add g_object_unref (provider) after gtk_style_context_add_provider.
Thanks, fixed that oversight.