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New format clean but too small for me
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BobK
Posted 2003-02-01 5:55 PM (#1210)
Subject: New format clean but too small for me



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Hi, I like the uncluttered new format, but try as I might, I can't make the font size for the thread listings any larger. If I do the 'View' | Text Size command, the text in the buttons, etc gets bigger, but the text of the actual threads stays tiny.

Once I open a thread, things go back to normal size.

I realize this new size is designed to work at VGA resolution, but I use 1024 x 768, which makes it just barely readable.

Any way to have the font in the threads respond to the Text Size command?
Then I think it would work for any resolution.

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Chris Tuttle
Posted 2003-02-01 7:08 PM (#1222 - in reply to #1210)
Subject: I hear ya!



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I'm getting new code working now that will allow you to resize the menu text and all.

Thanks for your patience and feedback!
Chris
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BobK
Posted 2003-02-01 8:15 PM (#1233 - in reply to #1222)
Subject: RE: I hear ya!



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THANKS CHRIS, IT'S A MIRACLE, I CAN READ AGAIN

(oops, i forgot i no longer need to use big letters )

 

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