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How do I change the web client font? or Did jazz.net recently change their default settings?


Ginny Ghezzo (33311017) | asked Dec 02 '13, 12:21 p.m.
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I few weeks ago my jazz.net experience started to resemble Readers Digest Large Print Edition.  While enjoyable at the doctors office, I miss being able to see full work items on my small screen.     Other RTC projects on other servers did not appear to change.  

Questions:
1. Am I the only one experiencing a change in the font on jazz.net?  (I am seeing it in work items, wikis and even this forum)
2. Can I change it on my system?  It appears that updating my Firefox content options changes it.  However, it is not consistent with my other windows.   
3. If there was a change, what was it related to?   Something in 4.0.5 self host or a Server Setting change?    Is there a work item associated with it.

Thanks,
ginny

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Kevin Ramer (4.4k6159179) | answered Dec 02 '13, 1:17 p.m.
If you're using FireFox, try holding control key and roll your mouse's scroll 'down' ( for me that is pulling the wheel toward me)  while on the jazz.net page.    Effectively,  View -> Zoom -> Out.   I find if I do this, it sticks to certain sites across sessions. 

Or View -> Zoom -> Reset
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Ginny Ghezzo commented Dec 02 '13, 2:17 p.m.
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Kevin,
This worked and it stuck.  Now I am very curious of why and how couple the association is.    I did some experiments with our Admin and confirmed it was only this server and not the version of RTC\JAF.   

Thanks,
Ginny


Kevin Ramer commented Dec 02 '13, 2:22 p.m.

Hi, Ginny

This Firefox behavior is agnostic to the content source (i.e. it's not a Jazz thing).  It's a lot simpler than picking some font / size that will work anywhere to suit one's visual preferences (and /or acuity) ;-) 

I couldn't begin to guess how Firefox tracks where zoom has been altered from some default.

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