The appearance of this site can be made more vivid and the typeface more legible by enlarging the view. In Firefox, press Ctrl+(+) (without the Shift key) to enlarge by ten percent; press Ctrl+(-) to make smaller. It can be done easily with one hand: cross your left hand over to the right side of the keyboard and hold down Ctrl with the thumb while tapping (+) with the forefinger. In Opera, you can go to View, Zoom, and choose from several sizes. Internet Explorer is more limited in the options it gives. Lately I look at VFR in 120 percent zoom and I prefer it that way.
Shilling for Opera… It’s even easier than you describe. You can zoom in and out on text size using the “+” and “-” keys on the numpad. Most keyboards—not laptops, though—have the numpad on the right, which I think replicates an adding machine.LA replies:
Yes, and in Opera you can also do Ctrl +Shift + (+).June 24
Emerson G. writes:
In Windows Op System, you can enlarge or reduce by:
Posted by Lawrence Auster at June 23, 2009 11:29 AM | Send