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This is a great example

of a poster using too small of a font plus a color. 

 

I have always liked her but there wer

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Re: This is a great example

I don't see the text in color as you have it, but have no problem reading the size type (and I am old!). Heart

 

There is one poster who uses really large type and it takes up so much room (making the posts rather long) that I don't read her messages when I see them. I just move right along, skipping her posts. She probably says some really nice and interesting things, but the larger than necessary type is not how I like to read things.

 

Nor when everything is put in CAPS. I feel like I am being yelled at. I skip those too.

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Re: This is a great example

I see no problem. Enlarge it at your end. Easy peasy.

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Re: This is a great example

It's teenie tiny and I have to strain to read it.  I am on a desk top computer right now. I also do not see that it is color, it's black, but very hard to read.


@Imaoldhippie wrote:

of a poster using too small of a font plus a color. 

 

I have always liked her but there wer


 

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Re: This is a great example


@LibbyAnnE wrote:

I see no problem. Enlarge it at your end. Easy peasy.


ITA.

On a mobile device...just a 2-finger flick. 

On a desktop...tap-tap-tap, boom its larger.

Such an easy concept to fix on the reader end.

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Re: This is a great example

I'm going to say it again.

It doesn't seem to matter, how much we enlarge the posts. This is a 4 that I selected from the QVC font sizes up above the post.

I have read other 4's and it is fine to read on here but if I read on my iphone it is very tiny and hard to read.

So it depends on what we are enlarging our font on-laptop, computer, iphone, etc. and what we are reading it on!

So no matter what someone tries, it might not help at all.

I think it is the QVC website itself that is not set up efficiently for every device and making their software work the same on every device.

Unless I'm wrong, (but as Monk likes to say), "which, you know, I"m not."Woman LOL

At least I think that might be the problem here.

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Re: This is a great example

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It’s not about enlarging the font,

it’s about enlarging the SCREEN.

 

And that is up to each individual user.

 

Again, it’s a 2-finger flick.

Easy-peasy, as said above☝️☝️💛

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Re: This is a great example

IDN how someone would automatically get such small a font as the OP posted.


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Re: This is a great example

Yes but so what?  Posters can use any colors or size font they choose to use.  I'm ok with that.  If I can't read something,  I skip over it and go on to the next thread or the next post.  We don't read everything on this board.

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@suzyQ3 wrote:

IDN how someone would automatically get such small a font as the OP posted.

 

 

 Right.  This is the size we get when we use #1, the smallest size available.