But Tilda's default font size's really too big. The GTK preference window didn't have any options to choose fonts & size. Mucking around .tilda folder in home directory shows 2 config files
Where there's a config option for font size
Ah that's why it's so huge! Thought changing it will be a simple act of replacing the "Monospace 13" to "Monospace 10". However after restart Tilda keeps getting to original font string. Doing tilda --help shows there's a -f option. So all I have to do to change the font is execute the following during Gnome startup
tilda -f "Monospace 10"
tilda config files should only be edited with tilda closed. Else it will save the settings that before tilda was edited!
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