Zooming when using GMail

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  1. Jimbo

    Jimbo New Member

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    Hope this has not been asked already but how does one zoom while in GMail. Currently the font is a little too small at times and I would like to be able to make it larger on the fly. I only seem to see the zoom option in the browser.

    Any ideas here?
     
  2. loboblanco

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    there is no zoom or font control for email, it is my largest complaint about the phone.
     
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    I thought I was missing something. Other than my glasses...
     
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    guess you have to use the web browser. if you need to set google to desktop then you'll def be able to zoom in the browser.
     
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    Same issue here -- noticed that the enlarge-reduce button can't be seen because the layout of the gmail has a bar at the bottom of the screen for disposition of the mail.

    Maybe if the layout was changed that enlarge/reduce button would be visible?
     
  6. ryanm

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    Actually if that were the case you could still double cick to zoom, but the software/app doesn't yet allow it, same with the other 'e-mail' app.