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Dear all

Perhaps a stupid question from me....
I use Stickies quite a lot. However, the default font size is too small for me. Any idea how to increase the default font size?

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If you select the text you can go to show fonts and vary size or select the size before starting to type. If you want it to be already set when u open a new one then set one up as you like then select it and use as default;


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What does that "Floating Window" menu item do? I didn't notice any change. I looked briefly in Stickies Help but didn't find an answer.
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Thanks Collin Bl
I know I was asking a stupid question. But somehow or rather, I was not able to figure it out.
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Floating window keeps it in front of 'other windows' but never tested it so not sure if it is all windows or just stickies windows.

Just tested and yes a Floating Translucent window is on top of all my open apps but can be seen thru the translucent Dock;


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Gotcha. No wonder it didn't look different.

I tried to find a better term, but, as floating means on the surface, they picked a pretty good word, even though it's not particularly intuitive. But, it's better than foremost, or forefront.
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