Gday Ocka! thanks for your directions - did work. My Core does say
Add' not 'Pin'.
Well to make matters more challenging . . . Zorin (core) just totally locked up on me! I went into Settings gave a look at 200% scale and then can't even access the start panel! Clicking on the Z icon did nothing - couldn't even shut it down (restart). I pulled the plug but since the Lenovo is always running on (internal) battery, that didn't do a thing either. Finally found a Settings link in the drop UP menu of the battery icon so managed to get it back to 100% instead of 200% (which was as LARGE as the 100% is tiny) Too bad one can't choose like 125%??
Gday Jain, first please adjust your profile to show " Core" edition,
Leave the scaling at 100%.
Goto Settings/Accessibility Try " large text".
You can send accessibility's to your Taskbar to make it quicker to enable/disable.
I use it all the time, " large text",
Hope this helps
YES! that is a big step in a very right direction - thanks ever so much!
I am a near sighted person who had lens implants to help with ever changing glasses lens. Great to be able to see 'normally' butttttt - now small text is the challenge. Very grateful for this solution.
I am currently running my old laptop next to my new laptop so that I can 'lift' information from the old to the new. What I lack is a second set of mouse and keyboard so end up switching the USB spliter from one to the other. Next accessory might be a bottle of aspirin (lol). My hats off to you to have 2 monitors at all times!
You can usually go into each application (LibreWolf as well) and set a default font size. In Firefox you can actually override website font sizes and require that they are at least 18 or 20 (which will assist with your online reading). I wish there was a global option, but that only applies to the OS, not installed software.