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Email font

Fiepiefie62
Level 4
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How can I permanently increase the font size in my email messages ?

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Black Mamba
Level 4
4 of 4

@Fiepiefie62 

 

thanks for feedback

 

Font size

Theme Font & Size Changer (fixed) extension (if you need help installing extensions, see Install an extension on Thunderbird)

 

Theme Font & Size Changer 

Theme Font & Size Changer (fixed) :: Add-ons for Thunderbird

 

Installing an Add-on in Thunderbird

Installing an Add-on in Thunderbird | Thunderbird Help (mozilla.org)

 

if ever the combination Crtl "+" to increase and Ctrl "-" to decrease

or for same action Crtl and move the mouse wheel

it works on most applications and OS 🙂

 

 

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Black Mamba
Level 4
2 of 4

@Fiepiefie62 

 

thanks for contribution

 

> ... How can I permanently increase the font size in my email messages ? ...

 

It is not possible to configure this settings permanently in the Swisscom Webmail

Only the choice of size for a new message

 

Advice :

for advanced features use an external messaging such as Thunderbird or other

Thunderbird — Make Email Easier. — Thunderbird

Fiepiefie62
Level 4
3 of 4

thank you, I used Thunderbird for many years and was perfectly happy with it until a recent update when the font of the Headers became minuscule and I found no way of increasing it.  When I googled to look for help I had to realize that many users had the same problem.  There was some advice about making changes in the Registry but I am a computer dummy and would never dare to touch the Registry

Black Mamba
Level 4
4 of 4

@Fiepiefie62 

 

thanks for feedback

 

Font size

Theme Font & Size Changer (fixed) extension (if you need help installing extensions, see Install an extension on Thunderbird)

 

Theme Font & Size Changer 

Theme Font & Size Changer (fixed) :: Add-ons for Thunderbird

 

Installing an Add-on in Thunderbird

Installing an Add-on in Thunderbird | Thunderbird Help (mozilla.org)

 

if ever the combination Crtl "+" to increase and Ctrl "-" to decrease

or for same action Crtl and move the mouse wheel

it works on most applications and OS 🙂

 

 

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