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How do I enlarge “Icon & Thumbnail” size in nautilus 3.x?
I used to be able to set my icon/thumbnail size to 128 px using gconf-editor in previous versions of Ubuntu. Is there a tweak to enable larger icons/thumbnails in nautilus 3.x?
Oct 10 '11 at 3:50
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