changing default font size does not affect font size on form buttons and input fields.
in https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=305109 I propose that
changing the default font size in Preferences should also change the
font sizes for form controls.
On windows it works this way. Concerning Unix, though, the form controls
keep their size, even if you adjust the default font size in Firefox
preferences. This makes for ugly form controls if you do not adjust your
GTK settings along with your Firefox default font size.
But there is a workaround: you can also make Firefox scale the form
controls by applying the following changes to 'font:' li...Cannot change the font or font size of PicButtn ocx.
I am using PB 6.5.1 Enterprise for Win32. I inserted a PicButtn ocx
control into a window and changed the font and font size using the OLE
Control Properties button on the OLE Custom Control window. I saved and
closed the window. When I re-opened the window the picbuttn ocx font and
font size had changed back to their initial settings.
I believe this is a standard OCX, and it with PB, although I am not
positive. I was not able to locate an associated help file.
Then name of the OCX is PicButtn.OCX, dated 9/24/96 11:54am. It was
located in the Windows/System dir...Change font/font size in Seamonkey2.0
up to now i run SM1.1.18 under eCS2.0RC6a and tried to see how SM2.0 is
usable for me. I am disappointed concerning windows display. The font
size used are to large to describe the buttons and all other stuff
including contents of some windows. My old window size is mostly to
small to keep the text. The used times roman font is also not my favorite.
My question is: how can i modify or add which statements to about:config
to adapt SM2.0 to look like SM1.1.18.
Thanks and have a nice day.
Tue, 22 Dec 2009 18:11:01 +0100, /Karl/:
> up to now i run SM1.1.18 under ...Is there a way to globally change the font/font size in a project
I'd like to change the default font and/or font size for a project. Is there a way to do it? 8 pt fonts are just too small for lots of people. What forum would be best to pursue this point?
Robert Byers wrote:
> I'd like to change the default font and/or font size for a project. Is there
> a way to do it? 8 pt fonts are just too small for lots of people. What forum
> would be best to pursue this point?
The short answer is no, but if you have set the font on your forms or left them
to default and NOT set the font on individual con...how to make Font.Size subproperty to change the text size of all the child controls
I have a control that is used to get a date (dropdown calendar) and is made up by a label and three dropdownlists. I overrided the Enabled property so when it is true/false all of the child controls are Enabled/Disabled.
That was easy. But now I need to change the text size of the composite control.When I do that, only the text size of the label changes.
If the size would be a property of the WebControls that would be easy. Just override it and that's it. But size is a subproperty of Font.
How can I make it work ? Any help is appreciated...Font size changing
Users are complaining that since switching to HTML font sizes. The font
size in email threads will "grow" or "shrink", probably depending on the
other users font settings. Does anyone know how to make it stop? I'll
try to find a screen shot.
I know I've seen this discussed in the past, but had no luck finding it
on a quick search.
#novell on efnet
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8
Content-Di...font changing size
I'm using master pages and have several pages on my site using the master page. I'm also using my own CSS, and when I do any post back to my page my styles are going away, example the fonts are displaying bigger then when the page first loads, tables are different with cellpadding, etc, how can I get my stylesheet to remain and my styles remain after the page does a post pack?
How and where do you reference your CSS file? Add the following line within the <head> tag of hte MasterPage (use your own css file):
<link rel="stylesheet" href="~/Styles/main.css" type="te...How Do I Change Font Size?
I am using Thunderbird 3.1.10 with Ubuntu 10.10 (32-bit).
How can I change the font size in the left and upper panels of
Thunderbird? I cannot find anything suitable in Edit -> Preferences.
On 18/05/2011 04:24, tb wrote:
> I am using Thunderbird 3.1.10 with Ubuntu 10.10 (32-bit).
> How can I change the font size in the left and upper panels of
> Thunderbird? I cannot find anything suitable in Edit -> Preferences.
Beauty is in the...changing font size
On a previous Firefox installation I recall having an extension that allowed
me to enlarge (or reduce) the font of a viewed webpage. I don't remember
what it was. Can someone help suggest what extension does this so I can
install it on my new PC?
Crtl+= or Ctrl+- for larger and smaller.
Choose Options from the Tools drop down menu, click on Content, then choose
the default font and size. May only work if the html code doesn't specify,
or it specifies a font that you don't have on your computer.
"Jeff" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wro...Font size changes
Name: andy gaze
Summary: Font size changes
Today found that in moving from one tab to another or refreshing within
a tab caused font size changes. I'm using pearl hosted software - see
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...About changing the font size
Summary: About changing the font size
Dear developers of Firefox,
Hi, this is Tae-hwan, and I'm a big fan of firefox browser. I'd like to
suggest a change in your browser regarding the font size. When I try to
make the font size bigger, it changes FONT ONLY, without the frame of
the web page changed together. In the Internet Explorer, there is a
feature of 'zoom-in', which works basically as a magnifying glass -- the
entire web page gets bigger. I think IE's way of zooming in m...