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Magnifying FireFox

If you find text on a website too small to read in FireFox you can increase the font size by using Ctrl and '+' on the numpad. This will only effect the tab you are currently in, and you can revert with Ctrl and '-'.

This lets me have a large resolution for most things, but I can magnify any pages I may want to read a lot of small text on.

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Ctrl+0 gives you the

Ctrl+0 gives you the original font size; ctrl+alt+mousewheel works as well.

Yeah I find those useful for

Yeah I find those useful for some tiny-fonted sites too. I didn't know about ctrl-0 though, cool tip. Smiling

Using konqueror right now,

Using konqueror right now, so I can't check, but if you don't have a numpad (laptop!), you could also use the other + (shift + =) .

It's just C-Wheel.

free-zombie wrote:

Ctrl+0 gives you the original font size; ctrl+alt+mousewheel works as well.

It's just C-Wheel not, C-A-Wheel.

I was surprised when it

I was surprised when it didn't work... but still, it didn't work - neither did C-S-wheel for that matter.
This might be a change in FF2 of course

/me didn't know of the ctrl

/me didn't know of the ctrl + 0. Thanks

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