How to increase font size in search result window
Is it possible to increase the font size in the find result panel?
Sure. Put your mouse cursor in the Find result panel and hold the Ctrl key while scrolling the mouse wheel–you do have a wheel mouse, don’t you? (Not sure how you can accomplish this without one!)
Very easily with the usual shortcuts :
-keys, on the numeric keypad !
And, of course, the default
Ctrl + /shortcut restores the default zoom value
Hello @guy038 ,
I tried your keyboard advice (after clicking inside the Find result window to give it input focus), but I get no zoom-in or zoom-out behavior. Of course your advice works perfectly well when an editor tab has input focus…
Like @guy038, I was able to get the
Ctrl -, and
Ctrl /to work in the Find result window.
Very strange, indeed !? I, even, succeeded to have three different levels of zoom :
A first one, for files in the main view
A second one, for tabs in the secondary view
A third one for the Find result panel
Quite nice, isn’t it !
Moreover, instead of the keyboard shortcuts, you can use the alternate method :
upwards/downwardsmove of the
Here is my Debug Info :
Notepad++ v7.5.6 (32-bit)
Build time : Mar 19 2018 - 00:26:59
Path : D:@@\756\notepad++.exe
Admin mode : OFF
Local Conf mode : ON
OS : Windows XP (32-bit)
Plugins : ComparePlugin_2.0.dll DSpellCheck.dll LuaScript_0.71.17.dll mimeTools.dll NavigateTo_184.108.40.206.dll NppConverter.dll nppcrypt_220.127.116.11.dll NppExport.dll NppTextFX.dll PreviewHTML.dll PythonScript.dll VIsimulator.dll
Scott, I really don’t see where is the problem !
I tried a different keyboard and now the numpad shortcuts are working for the Find result panel.
While I was experimenting I noticed that even if I change the key assignment to SCI_ZOOMIN, SCI_ZOOMOUT, and SCI_SETZOOM in the Shortcut Mapper, only the original numpad shortcuts work in the Find result panel. I’m not surprised by this, just something to note…
Since I have a wheel on my mouse, I will just continue changing the zoom level in and out (of the two views and the find-result panel) that way. :-)