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mark hengstebeck
mark hengstebeck
1,119 Points

Size of text in Xcode

How can I increase the size of the text in Xcode, with my MacBook Pro?

2 Answers

Kirill Koleno
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Kirill Koleno
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Go to "Preferences..." Then "Fonts & Colors". In the left column, choose a theme or change the font in each row in the right column

PS: I am sorry for my bad english ^_^

mark hengstebeck
mark hengstebeck
1,119 Points

Hi Kirill,

Thanks for your feedback. Yesterday, I had the idea to ask YouTube this question, and I was able to increase my fonts size just the way you have specified.

Thank you, Mark