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Love it!! Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen
My eyesight is getting worse as I get older, and this is the only theme that I've used that has nice, large icons, while still remaining what I consider to be a clean, simple theme. The font size on my browser itself (not the webpages) is still too small (if anyone knows a work-around for this, please share!), but I using this is easier than other themes because I can recognize the large icons - and I don't have to squint to see what I'm doing.I have to note that it did not work for me for FF 18 - in fact, I went did a search until I found a way to go back to FF 15, just so I can still use this.
I can't find a way to respond to your reply, Ed, so I'm adding to this comment. I'm thrilled that you've updated it to work w/FF 18. Might just update to that now... About the size of the font - I do that with the Advanced setting when I need to (depending on how far fr the screen I might be), but I wasn't clear - I was speaking about the taskbar. The font is small on that (although I pretty well know most fr memory so I don't really have to squint).
Aeon Big has been updated
Aeon Big has been updated to work with Firefox 18. **** To get bigger text in Firefox, either go to Menu Bar > Tools > Options > Content > Fonts & Colors > Size, and pick a text size, or go to Firefox AppTab > Options > Options > Content > Fonts & Colors > Size, and pick a text size. *** You can also follow the same trail and select Advanced ... In the Advanced window you can select a minimum font size. Experimenting with these settings will help you see better. I use a font size of 24 and a minimum font size of 17. But some websites are unusable, so sometimes I have to set my minimum font size to "none." But still, a normally enlarged text makes reading websites very much easier. Don't be afraid to experiment.