extension ExtPose

Readable Font Size

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Description from extension meta

alf + f to get good font size

Image from store Readable Font Size
Description from store Automatically adjust font size, line height and text block width in the page, *in situ*. Say goodbye to text lines so long that they hurt your eyes' rectus.

Latest reviews

  • (2018-05-16) Pedro Heringer: Não funciona
  • (2017-12-02) PieRated GFX: The extension caught my attention with "Automatically adjust font size, line height and text block width in the page". In reality, that's description is where this whole thing ended. You'd simply be wasting yout time after this. It's a 6 KB extension that has zero visibility after it's installation. No prompt for "Setting up a guideline for the extension to actually adjust anything automatically. Because that's how automatic everything in the universe works. You set up parameters & extension just tweaks to it's maximum levels; making your life easy). Also, there is actually no guidelines or FAQ for a new user to get acquainted with what, why and how of the extension. The only information you will be able to find is, upon pressing a combination of keys on your keyboard and quote "alf + f" the magic will happen. However, I presume that's 'Alt' key and if so, surprise, "Alt + F" is the default Chrome/Chromium Broweser's Dropdown menu shortcut. So, how exactly opening the menu fixes my fonts? This would have made some sense if you had included a way for end-users to customize a keyboard shortcut and then I might have been, and I am very doubtful, TBH, able to actually take it for a test drive. So, yeah, Thanks for nothing. I'm really sorry for dropping a single star. I don't usually do this but ni this particular case, it's justifiable. PS: BTW, why does the a stale, useless extension ask for access to ALL web traffic data? You realize that's not how a font resizer works. Right? That's how spyware works. The extension is supposed to tweak the rendered font by the default engine. Yes, you'll need access to the CSS. But how does the "ALL" web traffic data fit in here, I can't figure out.


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1.0 (2 votes)
Last update / version
2016-05-31 / 1.0.1
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