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Old 06-04-2012, 04:33 PM   #1
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quick way to tell java & google maps to use 14 point font or greater?


Is there a quick/easy way to get java console, google (earth & maps) to use at least a 14 point font.

2nd question:
after text is displayed
is there a way to get the computer to tell me the point size? right click maybe?

Slackware64-current full install on an Asus U80A
 
  


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