It was a pleasure to meet some of you at the recent TC conferences in Boston. I have a user who is complaining that the fonts in his embedded browser windchill are too small. I went to his computer to check and sure enough they were smaller than normal. This user does not normally work at my site. Is there some type of option to control these font sizes in the embedded browser? Hes using WF5 on a Win7 64 machine, WC 9.1. Thanks, Mark Steffke Engineering System Administrator The Delfield Company Manitowoc Foodservice T 989.775.9215 or 989.773.7981, ext 12484 Integrity, Commitment to Stakeholders, and Passion for Excellence
Thats what I'm seeing here as well. Nothing seems to increase the font size. CTRL scroll does nothing. Mark Steffke Engineering System Administrator The Delfield Company Manitowoc Foodservice T 989.775.9215 or 989.773.7981, ext 12484 Integrity, Commitment to Stakeholders, and Passion for Excellence
Try opening Internet Explorer and changing the font size there. "Ctrl plus" makes it bigger, "Ctrl minus" makes it smaller, "ctrl zero" resets it to normal. Then reopen pro/e. Pro/e uses the same font scaling settings as were in I.E.
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Paul Bock Engineering-IT Manager 225 Erie Street - Lancaster, NY 14086 - USA
Our stand-alone IE font settings are having no impact on our Embedded Browser font settings.
In fact, on our problem workstations, the Ctrl + Wheel Scroll works as expected. And even at normal 100% view, the stand-alone browser looks fine. It is only the Embedded Browser that has the microscopic fonts which are unchangeable.
BTW, "Ctrl plus" and "Ctrl minus" are the same as Ctrl + Wheel Scroll.
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On 02/18/13 09:33, Stephen Galayda wrote: > > Don't know if anyone saw this but Document CS49015 on PTC's site shows it's fixed in WF4 M230, WF5 > M170 and Creo 20.0 M040. Good to know it's fixed in a build that will not be released for WF4. >