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Topic: Editor fontsize in R2013a Linux Version
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Balachander Narasimhan

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Re: Editor fontsize in R2013a Linux Version
Posted: May 28, 2013 6:42 PM
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Thanks for the response. It as useful. But it is quite non-intuitive to set editor properties in the command window.


"Steven_Lord" <> wrote in message <ko33v7$fno$>...
> "Balachander Narasimhan" <> wrote in message
> news:ko306r$3fs$

> > Hi,
> >
> > how to change the fontsize in the editor of R2013a Linux Version? There is
> > neither 'select all' under 'edit' nor 'preferences' under 'file'.

> In the Home tab, look at the Environment section. There's a Preferences
> icon; select it. This will bring up the Preferences window. Select Fonts in
> the tree in the left frame; this will bring up the Fonts Preferences pane.
> If you want to change the "desktop code" font used by many of the tools
> (including the Editor by default, I believe) then you can change it in that
> window. If you want to customize just the Editor font, click on the Custom
> Fonts link at the bottom of that pane.
> Other than the new way to access the Preferences panel, this process is
> pretty much the same as the process you'd follow to change the font size in
> previous releases. In previous releases, Preferences were under the File
> menu but now that we have a section of the Toolstrip specifically dedicated
> to the MATLAB environment, the Preferences seem like a better fit there
> rather than under the File section of the Toolstrip.
> --
> Steve Lord
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