|Re: Is there any command to change font size in the platform? [message #336391 is a reply to message #336379]
||Wed, 10 June 2009 07:27
Originally posted by: aurelien.pupier.esial.net|
Hiroki Kondo a écrit :
> Thank you for reply and tell me how to change font size at
> I'm looking for how to change font's size using short-cut.
> Do you know some OS supports zoom-in and zoom-out using short-cut?
> I want to do this on Eclipse in the presentation.
> Because sometimes I explain some code in the presentation with my friends.
> Someone will say "Excuse me,Could you change font size to be more
> bigger?I can't read these code."
> "OK. I'll change it...".
> I want to change the size using short-cut,because it is smart!
> How do you think this? Is it new Eclipse's enhancement?
You can set custom key shortcut :
now you have to found the corresponding command :s
>> Look in Window->Preferences->General->Appearance->Colors and Font
>> select the target ou want to change :
>> like Basic->text Font thne click Change and choose your font ;)
>> Like that you need to change various and multiple fonts by hand (not
>> so much
> finally) I don't know if we can change all in one time.
>> hope this will help
>> Aurélien Pupier
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