When booting Fedora 9, the font size/resolution/DPI is simply enormous. The progress bar is way out of proportions as well.
Here is an image to illustrate the issue:
Splash Screen Bug
Once the boot process is complete, and I'm presented with the login screen, the fonts are back to normal, and everything works fine as long as I'm using GNOME
. If I switch to KDE, most parts of itss interface (like system settings, and etc) suffer the same effect as the splash screen.
Another important thing to note is that whenever I hopelessly try to navigate to the "Detailed" part of Look and Feel -> Appearance ->Fonts, the System Settings application hangs, and I'm forced to close it.
I've so far not encountered the issue while running a GNOME session.
The question is, what does the Splash Screen and KDE have in common?
I have also tried a fresh install without KDE being installed from the beginning, but this did not resolve the issue. So I assume that KDE itself is not the problem here, but rather some common resource/config that both the Splash Screen and KDE uses.