Although this way doesn't work relatively to each session (whatever you modify using this way, you will see all changes in each session), I done it, ah i want to show you how I done it at my way.
This post advertises you that this way of doing is kinda difficult if you don't like to program, so I will try to explain carefully.
All the necesary files are in
- text witdh
- text font
- text size
Graphically (warning: doing this could be harmful to the system, please be careful when manipulating files):
sudo nautilus /usr/share/gnome-shellTerminal:
su -c 'nautilus /usr/share/gnome-shell' -
su -At any of those ways, you can explore what is inside the /theme or /js folders. Inside the /theme folder you'll find some pictures in .svg format (that means you can modify those pictures with a vector-design program like inkscape) and the .css file as I said above. Let's open this file.
Let's modify the font size of the top panel, look for these lines:
You can change all those parameters from the panel with this css, but you'll see the changes when you re-open your session. In this example, I modified the font size, because I like small fonts XD
I hope you liked this post. :)