On 6 February 2016 at 19:11, Sam Varshavchik <mrsam(a)courier-mta.com> wrote:
The popular theme font size changer Firefox plugin,
longer supports Linux.
The default Firefox font size is too small for people with poor eyesight. As
far as I can tell, the only thing that official "Firefox themes" do is set a
background image for the UI. As Benny Hill would say, biiiiiiiiiiiiig …deal.
The top-ranked comment on that extension page suggests hacking
"userChrome-example.css" in ~/.mozilla/firefox.
$ find ~/.mozilla/firefox -name userChrome-example.css -print
There goes that idea.
Googling around the only other suggestion I found was to hack
layout.css.devPixelsPerPx setting in about:config. All that did, apparently,
was making the Firefox UI elements themselves bigger, but their font size –
the menu and the URL bar – remained exactly the same.
Anyone has other suggestions?