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    Can you increase font size of JDE?

    I'm connecting to a Windows machine from a Mac. I'm using HTML5 since I can't use RDP because I'm using Mac. The remote windows machine's resolution is 1920 x 1080. It won't allow me to change the display settings remotely.

    Is there a way to increase the font size of JDE so it's a little bit bigger to read?


    JDE 9.1

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    Join Date
    Mar 2002
    Minneapolis, MN
    I don't have a font solution for you, but there is a microsoft remote desktop app for mac os. I use it on my MacBook, so I assume it will work on a desktop mac.
    E1 Consultant
    Minneapolis, MN

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    Thanks for your reply. I tried that already but it does not work. I also tried Parallels Client app but no luck either. I think it's because my client is using Pulse Connect gateway. So the only way it's working right now is via HTML5

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    New Member Olavo Henrique Dias's Avatar
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    Nov 2004
    Brigham City, UT, USA
    The only way I see to change the font size is to actually tweak the CSS file used by JDE to render the Web Pages. Honestly, I wouldn't do that.

    What if you just increase the Zoom on the Browser running JDE on the machine you connect remotely? On Internet Explorer, you can go to the "Tools" menu, then "Zoom" and increase the Zoom. Also, if you click "Ctrl +" it will increase the zoom as well. The "Ctrl +" also works on Google Chrome.

    Olavo Henrique Dias
    JDE Distribution Consultant / Senior Developer

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    I'm using the heavy client and not the web. I'm wondering if we can increase the font size of the NER code in the heavy client.

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    Senior Member Larry_Jones's Avatar
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    Nov 2000
    Spokane, WA, USA
    So its actually the OMW Development Tools you want to control font size on then?
    Larry Jones
    E1 9.1 - TR 9.1.5 on Win 2012 R2. Oracle DB 11.2.04
    Wintel, BI Publisher

    Migrating to JDE 9.2 (TR and SQL Server 2016

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    Yes. That's correct

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