Hi. This may seem like a familiar question but my issue is different and none of the answers provided in other questions solve my problem.
According to this discussion, Libreoffice only applies system font settings to menus and not dialogs:
https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=640463 (unfortunately bug closed now)
It says this doesn’t happen if
libreoffice-kde are installed.
However, if I install
libreoffice-gnome the dialog fonts are still tiny
“Use system font for user interface” you say? it changes the font but not the size
Use Replacement table you say? it changes the font but not the size (unless there’s a way to also replace the size I don’t know of)
Use font Scaling you say? it works but makes the menus too big as they are already larger. I need both menus and dialogs’ fonts to be the same size, and larger than the defaults.
So what can be done to achieve what I need? Remember I’ve already changed my os settings to make fonts bigger in all apps, and only Libreoffice’s menus are affected by this (e.g. they’re already bigger) I’ve tested on both series 4 and series 5, on both Ubuntu 16 Mate and Linux Mint 17 XFCE