TIP: Resizing fonts on your web browser

Discussion in 'OS X and OS X Apps' started by incrediblue, Jul 14, 2006.

  1. incrediblue

    incrediblue Member

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    On a scrolling-enabled trackpad, scrolling up or down while pressing on the Command (Apple) key reduces/enlarges the fonts on your web browser.

    Happy scrolling!
     
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    cool tip dude :)
     
  3. DON2003

    DON2003 Well-Known Member

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    why my iBook can't
     
  4. incrediblue

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    First, you need to have a model with a scrolling trackpad.

    Second, you need to enable trackpad scrolling from System Preferences- Keyboard & Mouse.
     
  5. xty

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    or you can just try pressing command (Apple) and the '+' or '-' sign
     
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    i love it! thanks. before im using the command + sign. now more cooler!
     
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    ...or (in Safari) you could go to View / Customize Address Bar and drag the Text Size button into the Address Bar.
     

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