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Way to make fonts EVEN bigger in ID CS4?

Way to make fonts EVEN bigger in ID CS4?

Way to make fonts EVEN bigger in ID CS4?

(OP)
Hello Everyone.

In the dropdown menu for fonts, the fonts appear too small for my eyes.

I adjusted to LARGE fonts in prefrences.

But they're still too small.

Way to make them bigger?

Do others find the fonts too small also? (same thing in Photoshop is nice and large and clear)

Nikky

RE: Way to make fonts EVEN bigger in ID CS4?

If you make the fonts as large as you like, you'd introduce a new issue of having to scroll through a longer list.

That font list is intended for quick access and is not ideal for comparing typefaces. For that kind of comparison, open the Glyph palette/panel and browse there... or use an external type manager.

RE: Way to make fonts EVEN bigger in ID CS4?

(OP)
Thank you.

Yes,I found a great font viewer called fontlister.

Nikky

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