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Font size in Viewer

Post by *bloodlust8 » 2009-06-04, 22:49 UTC

Would it be possible to set the + and - keys to increase/decrease the font size in the default file viewer?

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Post by *MVV » 2009-06-05, 07:35 UTC

Good idea!

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Post by *Samuel » 2009-06-05, 07:41 UTC

Sounds good indeed.

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Post by *StatusQuo » 2009-06-07, 10:50 UTC

Support, but I would suggest Ctrl+NumPlus/NumMinus, like it's implemented in Firefox.
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Post by *flm404 » 2009-06-07, 15:12 UTC

StatusQuo wrote:Support, but I would suggest Ctrl+NumPlus/NumMinus, like it's implemented in Firefox.
Who cares about firefox? :)
I suggest:
"+" - increase size
"-" - decrease size
"*" - original size
like it's implemented in Opera.
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Post by *MVV » 2009-06-07, 16:31 UTC

flm404 wrote:
StatusQuo wrote:Support, but I would suggest Ctrl+NumPlus/NumMinus, like it's implemented in Firefox.
Who cares about firefox? :)
I suggest:
"-" - increase size
"+" - decrease size
"*" - original size
like it's implemented in Opera.
It is possible just ignore Ctrl key when processing NumPlus/NumMinus keys - so, NumPlus and Ctrl+NumPlus will work. :)
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Opposite

Post by *Clo » 2009-06-07, 16:34 UTC

2flm404

:) Hello !
…"-" - increase size
"+" - decrease size
:shock: As far as I see in Opera, it's the opposite ! :lol:

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Re: Opposite

Post by *flm404 » 2009-06-07, 17:20 UTC

Clo wrote:2flm404
:shock: As far as I see in Opera, it's the opposite ! :lol:
:oops: My mistake. (just fixed it in original post)
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Post by *Postkutscher » 2009-06-07, 17:35 UTC

flm404 wrote: I suggest:
"+" - increase size
"-" - decrease size
"*" - original size
like it's implemented in Opera.
Could be nice indeed.

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Post by *X-Byte » 2009-06-08, 13:36 UTC

Support++ :-)

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Post by *Boofo » 2009-06-08, 15:57 UTC

Excellent idea for us old folks. Triple Support+ here.
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Post by *yong » 2009-06-12, 09:45 UTC

Support++++

Better if line spacing could be adjustable too.

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Lister font size: shortcut keys

Post by *Ralph » 2011-03-17, 00:38 UTC

Support +++++

Frequently, I want to adjust the Lister font size, so I can see the full widths of files or display various sections in more detail. The A, S, and V keys give a bit of flexibility, but it would be nice to adjust along a continuum. My train of thought is broken if I go through Options, Configuration, and so on. This might seem like a small request, but I think it would significantly raise utility.
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Post by *Balderstrom » 2011-03-22, 23:40 UTC

Many programs I use have variable font adjustment with Ctrl+Wheel
Ctrl+WheelDown: Decrease Font Size
Ctrl+WheelUp: Increase Font Size

EmEditor, Notepad2, Opera.

Easily adjusted font-size is definitely convenient.
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Post by *bakocs » 2018-06-26, 09:10 UTC

I need this feature too!
Support++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Ctrl+WheelDown: Decrease Font Size
Ctrl+WheelUp: Increase Font Size
It sounds good!

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