Thursday, December 14, 2006

Say "no" to small fonts.

I just installed NoSquint, a Firefox extensions which enables you to configure the default text zooming. 125% seems to work well on my MacBook Pro, but you can also configure the zooming by domain for especially egregious offenders.


Blogger Dion Almaer said...

Getting bad eyes in your old age huh Bob? :)


8:30 PM  
Blogger Bob Lee said...

I like to blame it on these damned Macs and their ever increasing DPI. ;)

9:09 PM  
Anonymous Artem said...

I was looking for such an extension for years!

(My monitor has too small dot pitch)

11:48 PM  
Anonymous Artem said...

Thank you! :)

11:49 PM  
Blogger patniemeyer said...

If this works it will be the greatest FireFox extension ever. I end up adjusting the size of essentially every page I view...

7:05 AM  
Blogger Bob Lee said...

Ha ha. Pat is actually the one who taught me to stop squinting. You should see the size of his terminal font. ;)

8:55 AM  
Blogger Tom Hawtin said...

A better idea is to install Opera. Sensible fonts, and it loads pages without leaving time for a game of mines. I don't understand why people still use Firefox (apart from on 64-bit Ubuntu, where the 32-bit-only Opera doesn't link).

11:17 AM  

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