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Old 29.05.2017, 05:14
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How do I increase the font size in JDonwnloader 2?
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Old 29.05.2017, 07:31
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Advanced settings, type: font
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Old 29.05.2017, 16:02
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settings > advanced settings > LAFSettings.fontscalefactor

be aware that each LAF has its own setting, so if you change LAF theme, you will need to also change the font scale.

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Old 08.06.2017, 20:22
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Thanks, raztoki
Tried to change that value Font Scale Factor to many values, even 200, but nothing changes when I quit and restart JD2, the font is always the same, too small.
Even checked and unchecked the Font Respect DPI, no change in font size
The Font Name parameter is default and Custom Table Row Height is 0.

Seems that the last update of JD2 of today has reset the font size or doesn't read that value anymore.
(iMac OSX 10.6.8)
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Old 08.06.2017, 20:25
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Can we do a teamviewer session? Contact us via support@jdownloader.org
Does JDownloader remember the changed value when you restart it?
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Old 08.06.2017, 21:09
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Same problem. I had font scale factor set to 180, which worked nicely for my screen. But since updating just now, I'm apparently back to 100, even though the font scale factor of 180 is still in the settings. I changed that value to 300 and restarted JDownloader - no effect, still too small font. Enabling/disabling system DPI support also changes nothing. I'm on Linux.
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request a teamviewer session with Jiaz via the email address above.

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Old 09.06.2017, 10:17
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Bug will be fixed with next core update in a few minutes
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Old 09.06.2017, 15:49
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now it's all ok, many thanks!
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Old 09.06.2017, 15:55
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Thanks for the feedback!
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Old 09.06.2017, 20:55
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Yes, everything looks fine again here as well; thanks. I guess a Teamviewer session is not needed anymore.
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Old 12.06.2017, 17:45
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Thanks for the feedback. Teamviewer is no longer required
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