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Old 09-29-2023, 10:46 PM
velanche64 velanche64 is offline
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Default Font Size on iPad Pro 11" Too Small

Having just installed Pro Tools for the first time last week, I did not see Sketch coming at all. And it looks very promising, and kinda clever the way the system works.

I have an iPad Pro, M1, 11" model. The fonts are very difficult to read for my eyes, even with reading glasses. I have vision issues. I attempted to increase the font size by going into Accessibility, and adding Pro Tools Sketch as one of the apps where I could then adjust the visual settings. Unfortunately, it does not respond to any font changes...not bolding the font, and not increasing the size. From a readability standpoint, it'll be hard to see and will cause a bit of eye fatigue.

My request is for the iPad app to have ways to improve on the font size.

Thank you!
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