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    Default Unanswered: Uniform Resizing/Scaling of components?

    Is there an easy way to resize all components in a single place? I'm working on an application that will be used by people with poorer eyesight, and I need the components to be bigger. Can I specify this in a single place, or will I need custom CSS for all the components I use? Please tell me it's the former. For now, I've been using browser-based "zoom" functionality, but some users don't know how to do this themselves.

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    You will need to set the sizes in javascript also as the layouts will need it. CSS can then be used for font sizing. Each component will need to be reviewed, for instance the button has a scale config that you can set to large to make it bigger but a panel does not.
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