Whoever chose the fonts for this forum must have been very young. To get a better perspective, they should stand about ten feet from their screen and try to read it. Perhaps then they might begin to realise that small fonts and tired eyes don’t mix.
Thanks for the input. The fonts are pretty much out-of-the-box and haven’t really been changed. To increase the size of the fonts would require changing the layout so the page doesn’t look crowded. We will keep this in mind on the next reskin.
Nevertheless, you can zoom the whole page, and increase the fonts size for you, personally. I’m posting an image showing how to do it in Chrome.
Thanks for understanding. I appreciate it.
I have worse vision than you (over 20 eye surgeries and complete vision loss in one eye) but all I do if I can;t read fonts is to bump web browser screen size up some from 100% depending on the conditions of browser used or PC used.
The worst part of viewing this site is the choice of baby blue font colors on white background; There’s NO contrast. BLACK fonts would be much better with less white space. (Actually. best screens to read are white fonts on black backgrounds; user configurable/or choice if possible.
The problem with small fonts is a special topic. I understand this problem very well, because I am an amateur of reading, especially e-books. It is so annoying and very difficult to read a text with small words. Often my eyes are so tired after a text written in a small font, that you no longer have the strength and pleasure to continue reading, but I found a way out of the situation with https://upfonts.com/free-playlist-script-font/ where I can change the font size and get rid of this problem. Plus, if I write a text, I set different font which also helps me when I have to do different works.
I have Windows 10 Pro with all updates and use Edge as my browser. I can highlight what I want to read and right click on it, then choose for it to be read to me. See example image below. Click on, tap, or activate image to enlarge it. Open in immersive Reader can also be used to increase the size a little. See second image.