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How `font-size` change is minor at the first place is blowing my mind. Technically it could be small (or big), but business wise, it's not especially considering they deliberately set the font size to like 10px or something, which is almost impossible for people older than 40 years !
I am looking for a git browser as simple and uncomplicated as `gitk`, but for MacOS.
Sourcetree could be that git browser. I like how it lets me look at other branches than the one I've checked out, and that I can select either the diff for a single file or the diff for any set of files (either all or some specific subset).
Unfortunately, the font size is too small for me to read.
The top page on the website says:
"Visualize your work and push with confidence."
I am new to GIT. I stumbled across this app, not knowing if it is active or not, but the first thing I needed to do is increase font size. Form this thread it appears as though it is not an active project?
If it is, are there any old people like me working on the development that can let the youngsters know that it is a deal breaker when the user can literally not "visualize" the work because the font is so tiny.
People don't have to have vision issues or sth to have issues reading the text in Sourcetree. Even I (with apparently 125% vision) have issues reading the text some days.
Atlassian, we have 4k 5k monitors, not 1024x768. Welcome to the 21st century! Make it zoomable!