This sounds like a DPI scaling issue. Chrome uses some system/OS related settings for the fonts of these UI elements... it would be nice if they didn't do that and had it be customizable like the rest of the in-browser/website fonts.
Go to the Chrome shortcut and right-click. -- if you are doing so from the start menu or taskbar; you will right-click on the ...
This is an old question but I recently wanted to do the same (on Ubuntu 2004).
Create a file in the following directory (you may have to create the directory):
Add the contents of the file as follows. It will allow you to manipulate font behavior.
<!DOCTYPE fontconfig SYSTEM 'fonts.dtd'>
Short answer : No solution except switching to another email client.
Long answer : This problem has existed for at least 5 years now.
Microsoft blames iOS and no fixes coming.
Posts I have found in chronological order:
Word for iOS Helvetica Neue font issue (2017)
Ryan Mon1, a Microsoft Agent, blames iOS changes.
Outlook iOS App - Font & Line Spacing ...
If you want to use emojis inside vscode you have another option for using emojis in your code.
Hold Ctrl + Shift and press I
Then the emoji panel comes
Now you can add life to your code, and may it'll fill your career with the same life.
I worked around this issue, at least in part, by putting the following contents in a the file /Users/$USERNAME/Library/Group Containers/UBF8T346G9.Office/User Content/Themes/Theme Fonts/Example.xml:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" standalone="no"?>
<a:fontScheme name="Arial" xmlns:a="http://schemas....
In my case, nothing helped. Even after freshly installing Windows 11 (switching from Windows 10), the issue still persisted sporadically on screen wake up.
I then found, so far, the only way to recover:
unplug the HDMI cable
plug the cable back in!
I had the same issues and searching through the internet for solutions for a few days came up nothing that the standard responses as above have indicated which does not solve the problem. I had my company IT tried a variety of options : advance display settings, rebooting, uninstall and reinstall Office 365 and they all do not work. Interestingly, when the ...
You cannot change calendar font size, But you can make the default font size
bigger in windows as shown in the screenshot The lower highlighted portion is for scaling which is sometimes useful as well (keep in mind that both of these options it will apply across the windows so not limited to calendar only)
I just tested this, and for me it not only finds red coloured text, but it also replaces them with black, as intended:
Are you very sure that the colours you're trying to replace are that RGB color?
EDIT: also used your exact custom hex values both on the text and in the find function, still works:
This conversation explains it all:
P.S. Although "Inconsolata" is a great font to solve this alignment issue, but I found the English characters of this font are a bit too slim for me, so I'm currently still using "Consolas".
You are seeing here a difference in spacing between characters that is
exactly one pixel in size (bravo on having an exceptional eyesight).
Here is how your second example looks like in Word when extremely resized:
I don't believe that the problem is kerning.
I think that the problem is the fact that, finally speaking,
a pixel cannot be sub-divided - it's ...