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Hey, you know how you change the text size by clicking view and then 'make text bigger' or 'make text smaller'?

Well, if you do that and leave it as it is, if you open up a new window, the default text size is there again... so my question... is there anyway to change the default text size?
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go into safari/preferences then click on appearance and you can change the text and font from there.


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Just a random tip, too: Hold Command and press the + and - buttons to make text larger and smaller on the fly.

I try to Command+Shift+/ when I can.
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go into safari/preferences then click on appearance and you can change the text and font from there.
Doing that doesn't affect the text size on every site, I just want to change the default of the text size so that I don't have to keep going to 'View' and 'Make text smaller' every time.
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