So there was Bossy a few days ago, innocently opening her laptop and beginning that day’s work, where innocently equals gah you don’t want to know, and that day’s work refers to things Bossy isn’t paid for.
When suddenly from her prostrate position on the living room sofa, Bossy’s curses rose like a curse rising from other curse-like things, “Something is wrong with my Google,” she screeched, because, of course, whatever likely international Google malfunction underway was only affecting Bossy and her MacBook Pro.
The search font. The search font. It was big and easy to read and therefore rejected by Bossy because Bossy likes change as much as finding out Target changed the packaging of their pink Christmas Tree lights.
And thus Bossy’s frantic investigating began: checking Google from this computer, and then that computer, all while instant-messaging her friends to see if their Google was all weird, followed by a large font hold breath sister mercy Google search which revealed that the new larger font wasn’t a coding fluke, it was a plan.
In the intervening days, Bossy has grown somewhat used to this new annoying wholly readable font, which is to say Google if you change back now Bossy will cut you.
But for those of you with younger eyes and similar tolerance for change, did you know you can un-supersize the Google font with this?