Public bug reported:
It should be possible, to set the default font size for all used text.
Like in Android it's possible to choose the standard text size: small, normal,
large, super large
Because if you don't have 100% vision, sometimes it's very hard to read text.
A good place would be: System Settings > Standard textsize
Also there should be an option, to adjust the color. Because in many places on
the phone E4.5 and tablet M10, the background is light grey and the text is
grey. So it's very hard to read the text, especially if it is small text.
I am experience that all the time on my bq E4.5, that I almost can not read the
I just installed on my bq Aquaris M10 FHD Ubuntu Edition, the Android
5.1 Firmware and after setting the standard text size to "large" I can
easily read all the text. But after reinstalling Ubuntu Touch, the text
was so small again.
The only place where you can zoom in is the browser, but not anywhere
Also it's very hard to read the text for send SMS. Green background with very
small grey text.
Especially the text bottom right, that's VERY small and for me unreadable. I
guess you need eagle eyes to read that.
Would be very nice if there is something to adjust the standard text
size to enlarge or shrink it globally.
** Affects: ubuntu-touch-customization-hooks
** Affects: fontconfig (Ubuntu)
** Tags: defaut font size text
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