The keyboard shortcut for increasing the text size is labeled as ctrl++. This is actually not how it is implemented. To make the text size larger you must actually us ctrl+=. The distinction seems academic because the two are on the same key most of the time with the shift as the difference between the two. However, most keyboards have a stand alone plus on the number keypad. I was confused as to why ctrl+- decreased the text size but ctrl++ did not put it back. (I was using the + and - on the number keypad.) The plus on the number keypad should work, or the shortcut sholud be relabeled to use the equals sign. (Preferably the former.)
The + on the numeric keypad works fine in the Linux 2001063006 build. Can you give me some information on which build you're using, what platform, what OS, and where?
I have this problem in 0.9.2 on Windows 98. Looks like it's a Windows only problem. Changing Component to Keyboard Navigation.
Assignee: mpt → alecf
Component: User Interface Design → Keyboard Navigation
QA Contact: zach → sairuh
Reassigning bug in line with Component field change.
Also Windows 98. Build 2001062815. Changing OS to Windows_98 as this has not been reported on another OS.
OS: other → Windows 98
reassign to editor group
Assignee: alecf → beppe
Assignee: beppe → cmanske
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Ever confirmed: true
Priority: -- → P3
Target Milestone: --- → mozilla1.0
Not so sure this is an editor thing. Sounds more like some mapping is missing in the Windows key handling code.
Summary: Text size increase keyboard shortcut mislabeled/misimplemented → Text size increase keyboard shortcut misimplemented
Whiteboard: [ui] → DUPEME
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 70141 ***
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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