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No Small Text 4.7
Set a minimum text size for all web content. Use the toolbar button to switch it on and off. NEW: Three preset sizes. NEW: Use mouse scroll on the toolbar button.
About this Add-on
The No Small Text toolbar panel enables you to set a minimum font size for all web content. This minimum font size may be enabled or disabled by clicking the toolbar button, which will show a green or gray icon, respectively.
If one size is not sufficient for your needs, you may set two additional sizes relative to the main size. You may loop through the preset sizes by clicking the toolbar button, which may now also show an orange or pink icon.
Some users, such as translators or multi-linguals, may find it useful to set differential sizes for different font types using the sub-menu.
Please note that No Small Text will not produce perfect results on pages with fixed-size text containers or fixed line-heights. Fortunately, Firefox provides several other ways to enlarge text: application zoom, page zoom and text zoom. No Small Text is compatible with NoSquint and similar add-ons and may be used to extend their functionality, for example by choosing a small minimum font size (e.g. 14px).
You may also like the Theme Font & Size Changer extension, which enables you to change the size of text in the Firefox user interface.
Please donate to enable me to make the following improvements:
> Option to toggle the minimum size back on (or off) when switching to another tab or web domain.
> Storing a minimum size preference for different domains.
FEATURE: The panel is now non-auto-hiding by default and is less opaque when the containing window is inactive.
FIX: Quickly opening many Firefox windows no more leads to initialization failure.
FIX: The extension links in the panel footer now also work in Thunderbird.
FIX: The toolbar icon now shows the extension state using a change in shape rather than a change in color only.