[conspire] We don't support Mozilla
Edmund J. Biow
ejb1 at isp.com
Sun Apr 24 09:25:55 PDT 2005
David Hartley wrote:
>I wish Mozilla would borrow Opera's idea of having a built-in magnifier.
>Hit the + key.. whole site is magnified Very, very useful. Does nothing for
>flash, or some other stuff, but works wonderfully with regular fonts &
You can hit Control + '+' and it will scale all font sizes up on Mozilla
In Firefox you can install extensions that will enable you to add Zoom
In, Zoom Out & Original Size buttons wherever you want on your toolbars:
(Use Zoomy & Toolbar Enhancements).
>On 4/23/2005 3:29:29 PM, Bill Moseley (moseley at hank.org) wrote:
>>>I also grip about fonts (as my eyes get worse with age....).
>Does the Bank of America site have small fonts on your screen? I have
>to wonder what they were thinking to use 65% fonts.
Internet Explorer, being not particularly standards complaint,
apparently renders fonts larger than most other browsers, and since they
are the de facto standard, everything looks too small on most other
>Oh, it's so painful to watch my eighty-year-old dad "use" the web. Remember
>the computer screens in the movie Brazil? Nice external magnifying
>glass. (Hey, and idea to rush out and patent!)
Windows has an Accessibility Wizard that enables you to dial in settings
easily for folks with limited visual accuity. Big fonts, high contrast,
a magnifier bar that magnifies the area under your mouse. I used them
to set up my mother's box. I guess Linux has a set of programs, as
well, but I've never had cause to use them.
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