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Possibility to use Narrow/Smaller font when browsin snapshot

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Possibility to use Narrow/Smaller font when browsin snapshot

Postby kuzmeech » Wed Jan 26, 2005 10:25 pm

Dear Authors,

Thanks a lot for reflecting feature requests promptly in new builds.

Even though I work in resolution 1280x1024 on my LCD screen, sometimes my the screen can't utilize all the width - and scroller bar appears. (And I use shift-esc to hide left pane).

The font currently used seems to be fixed and not adjustable.

Is it possible to let user choose Narrow font, Smaller font?

Is it possible to adjust row height - it seems that too much precious space lost in between lines.

Thanks,
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Postby Vladimir Kondratyev » Fri Jan 28, 2005 3:00 pm

Profiler uses fonts configured in your Windows system. It's intentionally not possible to tweak fonts. Profiler is not a text editor. We suppose that user has system fonts which are comfortable to use.
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Postby kuzmeech » Fri Jan 28, 2005 4:46 pm

I agree that profiler is not a text editor, but additional flexibility right here will not hurt :)

Sometimes with this large font in snapshot on our complicated project - I have a feeling of seeing through keyhole. :)
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