need bigger fonts

Discussion in 'Improvement Suggestions' started by tomtom21000, April 25, 2004.

  1. tomtom21000
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    i know everything is a work in progress.



    i run my barebone with a tv-set in 1024 x 768 and have big difficulties to read second level menus and listings of music etc. also the settings dialog ist hardly readable.

    could you give some options to use bigger fonts, please.
    can i do it by myself in the meantime by altering any (xml) files?

    thanks for your help

    tomtom21000
     
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    yes you can
    edit the skin/mediacenter/fonts.xml
    and just change the <height> of every font
    Frodo
     
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