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MacBook Pro - Making Safari Larger?


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Is there anyway I can make Safari larger? Not just the text, but when I have it running full screen, is there anyway to make it larger? Zooming doesn't seem to be doing the trick...
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One way is to not double post please Thanks!

But if you have the new MBP just "pinch" the trackpad... start with 2 fingers apart, and bring them together or vice-versa to zoom in and out

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Try Saft. If you are using Safari Leopard make sure you download the correct Saft program. I originally downloaded Saft for Tiger and realized I downloaded the wrong one. Hope that helps.
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control-scroll up and scroll down (two fingers up, or down on pad)

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