Resized Fonting

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    Lucia CR
    Benjamin von Cramon wrote:
    I'm at home with the well-designed GUI, but have a comment about legibility. Light grey on dark grey backgrounds are easier on the eyes in some respects, but at the expense to legibility of tiny words and numbers, which ends up being much harder on the eyes, never mind with a 4K monitor. A preference to control font size would be most welcome to these presbyopic eyes.

    Thanks.

    Hello Benjamin,
    how about holding a CTRL key and scrolling with your mouse?
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    Benjamin von Cramon
    I just tried that to no effect. Does that work for you? Is that a system level setting? I'm relatively new to Windows. Thanks.
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    Lucia CR
    Benjamin von Cramon wrote:
    I just tried that to no effect. Does that work for you? Is that a system level setting? I'm relatively new to Windows. Thanks.

    Sorry, it seems to work just for the Help window - it zooms in/out the text.
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    Benjamin von Cramon
    I just tried that, nice. That's but a line of code, I would think, to implement in the other windows, would be much appreciated, and I've not yet moved to 4K monitors, where that issue get's way more serious. 4K monitors make it way easier on the eye to identify common features when setting CPs. Thanks for feeding up the chain.

    By the way, I'd also like to request changing the line thickness of the widget used for Define Ground Plane and Center Pivot. The former is like 1 px in thickness, making it really hard to grab onto an axis, super light touch on a trackball and mousing even harder. And if you don't follow along the circle when click-dragging to rotate, the program slips back into navigating your view, not changing orientation of the model.

    Thanks.
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