Loki i visually crypto-locked my system

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  1. Chrstn

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    Hi people !

    I was on firefox and doing some things, i zoomed out a webpage and when i clicked on the firefox button to restaure normal page -i don't know what's happened- all my system font were zoomed out.... and i can't restaure it via the settings, when i try to zoom using the settings, it zoom in the zoom out and it just render the same illegibility.... what can i do ?
     

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  2. Artificial Intelligence

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    Try
    Applications Menu -> System Settings -> Universal Access -> Display -> text size

    Or
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    gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.interface text-scaling-factor 1.0
     
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    yeah i tried, but it does nothing, its not this sittings which has activate it :( command dosen't work too
     

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  4. Artificial Intelligence

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    Have you elementary tweak tool installed? If so:
    Applications Menu -> System Settings -> Tweaks -> Fonts

    or try:
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    sudo apt-get install --reinstall --purge fontconfig fontconfig-config
     
    EDIT: You could delete ~/.gconf but it will reset whole your desktop as last resort -> may require logout/login.
     
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    i tried all you said with rm -rf .gconf/ (and logout/login after)
    didn't worked but thank you anyway
    i will create a new user for try something.......
     
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    i downloaded gnome-tweak-tool and when i changed the font size on the screen..... i changed the font too but didn't worked. On the guest session all is good
     

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