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How to enlarge the intellisense font?

 
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Hi good day! I managed to enlarge the tecto editor, but I can't find the option for this one, thanks!


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I believe you're referring to an option in VSCode. I'm placing this question in our VSCode forum where you're more likely to get an answer.
 
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Tim Holloway wrote:I believe you're referring to an option in VSCode. I'm placing this question in our VSCode forum where you're more likely to get an answer.


Im using Eclipse for Java,not VSC.
 
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OK, I'll move it to Eclipse.

But what's "tecto"???
 
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You can enlarge/reduce the editor font the same way many web browsers do, with "Ctrl +" and "Ctrl -". That will also enlarge the suggestion text.

The actual list of suggestions is probably regulated by the general system preferences. Most likely the "dialog" font.
 
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Tim Holloway wrote:OK, I'll move it to Eclipse.

But what's "tecto"???


Sorry means text.
This word in Spanish is written "texto", but I mistakenly typed the c next to the x.
 
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Tim Holloway wrote:You can enlarge/reduce the editor font the same way many web browsers do, with "Ctrl +" and "Ctrl -". That will also enlarge the suggestion text.

The actual list of suggestions is probably regulated by the general system preferences. Most likely the "dialog" font.


Hello, good morning, I tried what you told me, the text on the left enlarged but not the one on the right (which is the one I wanted to enlarge). I tried looking for proposal and the word template but it doesn't appear in the font in the Eclipse preferences either. Anyway, your advice helps me.
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"texto". ¡Yo comprendo! In English, I'm likely to mis-type it as  "test", which is even worse. Then again, for years I've managed to mis-type "select" as "delete", so I have to be careful.

You are seeing exactly what I was talking about. The small text on the right can probably be changed by editing "Dialog" font properties on the main Eclipse settings dialog.  But I have not checked to confirm that!
 
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Tim Holloway wrote:"texto". ¡Yo comprendo! In English, I'm likely to mis-type it as  "test", which is even worse. Then again, for years I've managed to mis-type "select" as "delete", so I have to be careful.

You are seeing exactly what I was talking about. The small text on the right can probably be changed by editing "Dialog" font properties on the main Eclipse settings dialog.  But I have not checked to confirm that!


Hello, well, I already enlarged the "dialog" in preferences and only the one on the right was enlarged, but not the one on the left
 
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That's right. The ctrl+/ctrl- keys change font size on the main editor and left-side pop-up. The Dialog Preferences change font size (and type) on the right-side pop-up.
 
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Tim Holloway wrote:That's right. The ctrl+/ctrl- keys change font size on the main editor and left-side pop-up. The Dialog Preferences change font size (and type) on the right-side pop-up.



Hello, I managed to do it, but I have to press ctrl, shift and +, otherwise it won't work.
Now my question is how to enlarge this? thank you!
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That's because the +/= key outputs a "=" if you don't shift and the magnify function is "Ctrl +" not "Ctrl =".
 
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Hello, I went to preferences and font and increased ALL the letters one by one, but I still did NOT increase the size of these letters, sadly.
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