Back to my shit-tastic eyesight for a moment.
Now that we have ourÂ Bluetooth devices installed, I can now sit in front of my projector, instead of in the closet, to fiddle with the font scaling.
We will want to go through the process of pulling up the System Settings again. Why don’t we refer to this image… again.
The next step to to select Application Appearance, it looks like this.
This will bring you into this menu where you will select Fonts from the toolbar on the left hand side.
In the next screen you can change the font settings. There is a nice option in here that you can select to change all the fonts at once… spoiler, it is called “Adjust all fonts”. This is what I used to change the fonts to a size that my blind ass could see from the couch without squinting too much.
You can also force font DPI and select anti-aliasing, as you can see below. For the most part, this has made it possible for me to see what the hell is going on on my screen.
For my next adventure, I will be trying to get Netflix to work. Which I have heard is actually pretty simple.