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The Code View of Dreamweaver for the Mac uses a very small font that is also not smooth (lots of dots). Is there anyway to improve the size and look of the font?
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Yes absolutely. I had this problem before.

1. Launch your Dreamweaver
2. Go to Preferences
3. From the left column (category) choose fonts
4. the last option is "Code view"

you can change the font and also the size.

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