About increasing font size and firefox addon

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Re: About increasing font size and firefox addon

Postby bryanmc » 2017-09-02 17:50

I loaded stretch with gnome into a vm. After looking around I found that changing the scaling factor in the font section of the tweak tool increases the size of the panel (what you call the "top bar").
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Re: About increasing font size and firefox addon

Postby satimis » 2017-09-03 01:55

bryanmc wrote:I loaded stretch with gnome into a vm. After looking around I found that changing the scaling factor in the font section of the tweak tool increases the size of the panel (what you call the "top bar").

The top menu bar of Debian screen.

At the left corner - Activities
In the middle - Date
At the right corner - 3 small icons, clicking them all showing a) Loudspeaker b) Wired Unmanaged c) Username d) setting/lock/swich to turn off/reboot Debian

I have tried the setting there. Clicking "display" results as the photo upload to DropBox

Right click on the top menu bar no response.

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Re: About increasing font size and firefox addon

Postby bryanmc » 2017-09-03 02:03

Yes, I understand the top menu bar of debian, it is called the panel. Follow these steps... Open the gnome tweak tool by clicking on activities, then click on utilities, then click on tweak tool, then click on fonts, then increase the scaling factor.
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Re: About increasing font size and firefox addon

Postby satimis » 2017-09-03 08:26

bryanmc wrote:Yes, I understand the top menu bar of debian, it is called the panel. Follow these steps... Open the gnome tweak tool by clicking on activities, then click on utilities, then click on tweak tool, then click on fonts, then increase the scaling factor.

Hi,

Your advice works for me. Thanks.

I still can't resolve why some elements on Settings -> Display disappear?

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