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Tiny font in remote exam web terminal - hard to read

During the exam the font in the exam terminal (browser tab) was very tiny. It was very hard to read and I didn't find the way how to make it bigger. How could I do that, please?

 
 
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HeshD
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What is the size of your monitor? if it is laptop screen what is the resolution you set.

Did you mentioned that to online proctor, was he/she helpfull ?

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kent05
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I had the same problem when I sat for the exam today and I'm unable to resolved the problem till end of the exam.

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Andrey-Asoskov
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Hi, 

 

For terminal: Go to the menu -> View -> Zoom In

For browser: Menu -> Zoom In

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kent05
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I can 'zoom in' in the beowser to read exam questions. I have zoom in the browser's view unitl 300% but the fonts of the virutal consolde inside the browser still looked very small & blurry.

Ieven connected to my extenal monitor with lid closed but still the same. I'm not is it my notebook's issue or Redhat's.

I clicked VM1/VM2 in the control tool & clied Start VM, is it the coorect way?

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Andrey-Asoskov
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What about connecting via SSH to VMs?

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kent05
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You mean ssh from terminal to the virtual console? Can it be done? I didn't try it because I didn't know what to do 

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Marek_Czernek
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Hi there,

You can press ctrl and + (at the same time) to increase the font. Tested it this morning, it works ;).  Alternatively, you can increase it in the terminal settings as others have suggested.

This should work for a browser too. Alternatively, press ctrl and wheel up to increase the font in a browser.

Hope that helps!

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kent05
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@Marek_Czernek  You mean can increase the font in the virtual console open with browser by pressing ctrl and + or press ctrl and wheel up?

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