by Julieanne Kost

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Created

October 14, 2013

Although  you can’t change the size of Photoshop’s interface (unless you change the resolution of your monitor), you can choose between Small, Medium and Large Font size using Preferences >Interface > Text > UI Font Size.

 

COMMENTS

  • By Dov - 6:37 AM on October 14, 2013  

    sorry, a very poor solution.

  • By linda - 7:02 PM on October 14, 2013  

    I use photoshop a lot and I got all excited when I read this tip.
    I immediately changed my Font-size setting from small to large.
    Then quit photoshop and then reopened it.

    It was hard to tell there was ANY difference.
    There might be a tiny improvements, but I am saying that
    largely based on my faith in you– not that I can see it.

    As a senior citizen I could really use larger font sizes as an option.

    Thanks anyway,
    Linda

  • By El - 7:59 AM on October 17, 2013  

    i agree with Dov, this is very poor solution. In fact, it’s not a solution at all. On 2560×1440 (native resolution of a large iMac) there’s virtually no difference between medium and large font setting, with “large” STILL being so tiny it’s impossible to read menu options without putting one’s nose next to a monitor.
    people were asking for larger fonts at least since 2010 on Adobe forums, but Adobe just doesn’t seem to care about people with poor eyesight as long as there are plenty of more healthy paying customers…

  • By JOE - 8:55 AM on October 17, 2013  

    WISH I COULD CHANGE TO LARGER FONT SIZE. LARGER FONT SIZE DOESN’T SEEM TO WORK! HOPE SOMEONE MIGHT HAVE A SOLUTION. HAVE A GREAT DAY ALL!

    • By Jeffrey Tranberry - 8:10 AM on October 18, 2013  

      Did you restart Photoshop after changing the setting?