9 Mar 2013 11:15 PM #21
Hi Aaron, thx for the reply....my apologies but still a little confused:
- I can change the font of the Code Editor, but cant seem to change the font of the Sencha Architect as a whole. Is there a way to do this via the application or do i have to alter my screen resolution (this would be a real pain).
11 Mar 2013 8:41 AM #22
There is currently no way to change the size of all elements on the screen.
Our next version Sencha Architect 2.2, to be released soon will take advantage of Sencha Desktop Packager. We have plans to implement content zooming support there (just like Chrome) which would let us do this for people who want to see things bigger (and support things like a presenter mode).Aaron Conran
Sencha Architect Development Team
11 Mar 2013 11:51 AM #23
25 Mar 2013 6:16 PM #24
In most circumstances I've been able to apply my own theme to "display of text/code" across platforms and tools.
Sublime Text 2, the IDE I most commonly use is brilliant for theming.
Terminal, vi, ... even Chrome Developer Tools I've modified to use the same code highlighting (Chrome Dev Tools in a minimal dark theme is impressive! How-to: https://plus.google.com/115133653231...ts/UZF34wPJXsL ).
As you've proven a code editing theme change is possible, how about allowing custom themes. This would then remove the requirement to add in a button for font sizes... which would be followed by a plethora of other tweaks all best suited to the individual.
If someone breaks their theme, then they can always enable the light/dark defaults.
26 Mar 2013 10:27 AM #25
I did not see this capability in Architect 2.2. Am I overlooking it or did it just not make the release?Our next version Sencha Architect 2.2, to be released soon will take advantage of Sencha Desktop Packager. We have plans to implement content zooming support there (just like Chrome) which would let us do this for people who want to see things bigger (and support things like a presenter mode).
26 Mar 2013 12:58 PM #26
31 May 2013 6:55 AM #27
I'm also looking forward to bigger font sizes. any chance you can remove (or increase) the 20px cap as well?
3 Jun 2013 10:08 AM #28
The content zooming would allow everything to be zoomed. Much like when in Chrome and you choose to Zoom in or Zoom out. View > Zoom In, Zoom OutPhil Strong