On Fri, Nov 19, 2010 at 3:30 AM, Dave Baldwin <dave.baldwin(a)3dlabs.com> wrote:
On 18 Nov 2010, at 19:24, Chris Patti wrote:
I'm partially blind, and constantly find
myself squinting and
straining to see what I'm selecting in the project window (Which is
one of TM's strengths IMO).
Presumably you know about zooming the screen (System preferences -> Universal Access)
or the other thing you can do is to change to a lower monitor resolutions (System
preferences -> Displays) but this will effect everything.
Screen zoom is great, but, having to zoom and unzoom the screen _every
time_ I want to access the project drawer kind of negates its
usefulness, don'tcha think?
As to dropping my screen resolution, that is a viable option, but an
untenable one - I realize That's The Way It Is, I was wistfully hoping
for a better solution.
Losing screen real estate just for TextMate when *every other app* on
my system allows me to adjust every font it uses willy nilly seems a
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