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I am finding that font-size changes applied to the Actions tree in the Preferences Style dialog are not affecting the actual display of ordinary leaf actions and action groups.
  1. If I use:
    Preferences > Style > Change All Font Sizes
    the displayed font of ordinary leaf actions and action groups does not change (though the font size entry for them in the style dialog does change).
  2. If I choose the "Actions" root in the left hand panel, and specify font size increases:
    • Next Actions DO change size
    • Ordinary actions and actions groups do NOT change size
    • Oddly, Notes, which do not appear to be children of the Actions style tree, DO change size ...

Not sure whether others are seeing this, or whether I have overlooked something.


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Last edited by RobTrew; 2011-07-05 at 07:46 AM..
I did overlook something.

I needed to reset the Status-based styles: (Blocked, Due Soon, OverDue, Completed)

It seems that these are unaffected by "Change All Font Sizes" - not sure if this is by design.

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