Please turn on javascript in your browser to play chess.
Site Ideas Forum

Site Ideas Forum

  1. 31 Oct '04 22:57
    Is there any way to make the type bigger on RHP. My eyes are so poor I can barely read the headings at the top of the page? I've already put the "view" on XP to large, but that has no effect. any suggestions would be appreciated.
  2. Standard member thire
    Xebite
    31 Oct '04 23:14
    which browser are you using? many browser can increase textsize.
    th
  3. 01 Nov '04 02:00
    Internet explorer, but i've got the text size as largest. even when i put text size as smallest, it's still the same size. Am I doing something wrong?
  4. Standard member Cheshire Cat
    Sparky
    01 Nov '04 02:38
    Originally posted by buddy2
    Internet explorer, but i've got the text size as largest. even when i put text size as smallest, it's still the same size. Am I doing something wrong?
    The text size is controlled by CSS....you will have to adjust your resolution if you want it to appear bigger.

    ~ Cheshire Cat
  5. Standard member thire
    Xebite
    01 Nov '04 08:48
    I use FireFox and increasing textsize works perfect here for me.
    th
  6. Standard member Toe
    01 Nov '04 13:28 / 1 edit
    On Internet Explorer, do the following to change the text size shown:

    Select Tools | Internet Options...
    On the General Tab, press the "Accessibility" button near the bottom right hand corner
    On the resulting dialog, tick the box "Ignore font sizes specified on web pages" and then press OK.

    You can then use the text size controls (View | Text Size) to change the text size shown on RHP (in the forums at least)

    Toe
  7. 01 Nov '04 21:56
    Hey, thanks, Toe. I did as you said and text size increased immediately. I can see, I can see!
  8. Standard member Chaswray
    NUTTING BUSTER
    01 Nov '04 23:30
    Hey Toe,
    Like Buddy, I was having problems reading the text. Thanks for the tip, it works great!
    Regards,
    Charlie
  9. Standard member Toe
    02 Nov '04 10:53
    Glad to be of help folks