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  • #16
    One thing for all - on any web site and these group texts - With the page selected - active - do a CNTR-L + Makes the text automatically larger. If you do a CNTR-L - then the page fonts get smaller. Hope that helps on some "squinty" font!

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    • #17
      If I'm having a hard time reading something, I just zoom the text in my browser, which sizes the page for perfect reading.
      Terry

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      • #18
        I wonder what it should be!
        Should I zoom my browser to help me to see.
        Or bully some others to facilitate me.

        Young Claude suggests I correct my Preferences / Advanced!
        And Nomad recommends I use the seat of my pants.

        After weighing all the options that my colleagues have provided!
        I just don't know what I have decided.


        Last edited by Rodster; 06-24-2018, 04:20 PM.
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        • #19
          Originally posted by Rodster View Post
          I wonder what it should be!
          Should I zoom my browser to help me to see.
          Or bully some others to facilitate me.

          Young Claude suggests I correct my Preferences / Advanced!
          And Nomad recommends I use the seat of my pants.

          After weighing all the options that my colleagues have provided!
          I just don't know what I have decided.

          Terry

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Rodster View Post
            I surely love to read postings with a larger print size.

            When I looked at Scotia Carver this morning, I noticed he used a
            Comic Sans MS font, with what I guess is a 16 point print size. And then he jazzed it up with a green color. And I see that Eddy Smiles did the same (with a different color).

            Bet you, they're old guys with reading glasses.

            For those who wish to take pity on us, just click on the "A" button at the top right of the typing area and pick your font and font size ("hint - 16 really does the trick"). Bob's your Uncle.
            Great suggestion Rodster!

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            • #21
              I like tropical fonts!

              best-tropical-font-1.jpg
              Last edited by SheilaByrd; 02-08-2021, 05:02 PM.

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              • #22
                That's an awesome feature! It's always good to find printing shortcuts and I will definitely use it. Every time I try to print something for some reason it turns into a big disaster. I bought an Epson printer last year mostly for my daughter's school project needs and since then I always end up printing them at a print shop. The hardest prints are the ones involving pictures. I always use https://www.frameshop.com.au/custom-picture-frames to print my families pictures as it looks lovely to have them in the house as decoration.
                Last edited by josephung; 04-19-2021, 01:44 PM.

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                • #23
                  Back in 2018, when this thread first appeared.
                  I had many opinions my wife found to be weird.

                  I was focused on fonts, and how they looked on a page.
                  I tried to pretend I was some kind of sage.

                  Well after three years, I've learned very little.
                  My brain is now mush; my joints seem more brittle.

                  But still I like fonts that are big enough to see.
                  When I read witty carvers, while sipping my tea.


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                  Last edited by Rodster; 04-20-2021, 08:02 PM.
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