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Those of you with ageing eyesight will be pleased to hear that I've tweaked the default forum font size up a notch - just in case you were wondering why everything suddenly looks larger..! :)

You can of course, control this to an extent yourself by holding down the CTRL(PC) or CMD (MAC) key and use the + / - keys or the scroll wheel on your mouse.
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Thank you
Don’t be so open-minded that your brains fall out. LAWRENCE FERLINGHETTI

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And here was I booking an eye test Grahame you could have said sooner....Mind you I need a new eye check, last one was over four years ago,dont like rushing these things,and I like my old Elton John glasses.
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I've added another extension that allows you to easily adjust the font size to suit your personal preferences; you can find it in your User Control Panel (click on your name at the top right).

Select the 'Board Preferences' tab at the top, and under the 'edit global preferences' tab on the left, you will find an additional bit at the bottom that allows you to set font size and whether you would like it all to be bold.

I'm certainly finding it useful. :mrgreen:
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