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I've looked everywhere for this answer but cant find it. I find the toolbar and fonts a little small is there anyway to make them bigger. I know you can increase the fonts by using cmnd + but it dosent increase the toolbar fonts.
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I would also like to know that answer.


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I've looked everywhere for this answer but cant find it. I find the toolbar and fonts a little small is there anyway to make them bigger. I know you can increase the fonts by using cmnd + but it dosent increase the toolbar fonts.
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(btw: it's called the Menu Bar on a Mac)

The only way I know to change it's size is by changing the screen resolution to a lower setting.

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(btw: it's called the Menu Bar on a Mac)

The only way I know to change it's size is by changing the screen resolution to a lower setting.
That's the only way I can find to do it.

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