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Increase font size?


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The .24 version seems to have modified the font/font sizes. Especially the descriptions from subassemblies are not readable anymore. Is there a way to increase/change the UI font size? I have checked the settings, but found nothing.

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1 hour ago, HoY said:

Still no official reply either.

Given that the dev team went on a (much deserved) break after the 1.1.2 release, that shouldn't really be a shocker. 

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10 hours ago, Kerbart said:

Given that the dev team went on a (much deserved) break after the 1.1.2 release, that shouldn't really be a shocker. 

if you look at the date on the FIRST post in this thread, it was WAY before 1.1.2. so that has Nothing to do with it.

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16 minutes ago, HoY said:

if you look at the date on the FIRST post in this thread, it was WAY before 1.1.2. so that has Nothing to do with it.

If I look at the date you posted in this thread, that was less than a day ago. So it has everything to do with it.

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it seems neither of you have a sense of linear time. thats fine, keep trolling peoples help requests and see where that gets you in life.

 

for the sake of the trolls I amend my statement:

It has been over a year since the first poster asked the question, and he/we have not had an official response as of yet.

 

 

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6 minutes ago, HoY said:

it seems neither of you have a sense of linear time. thats fine, keep trolling peoples help requests and see where that gets you in life.

 

for the sake of the trolls I amend my statement:

It has been over a year since the first poster asked the question, and he/we have not had an official response as of yet.

 

 

Well, that is a clear and good question. Why didn't you say that before? The way you stated it first made you sound like an ignorous troglodyte who did not think that a vacation of the dev team would be a valid reason to not bow to your demands.

Communication is really important. See where not communicating will get you in life.

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Being able to understand what someone is implying without them having to spell it out in black and white is also a part of communicating. In fact, that is a Huge part of communication in modern times. Thank you for derailing a help request thread, that's is the best help some people have to offer.

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