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This should increase / decrease text sizes on all websites you view from now on, providing they have been built according to accepted standards.
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Stylesheets & Links
Cascading Style Sheets are used to format the content which helps decrease page file size and increase ease of use and consistency. You can overwrite these and use your own if you are partially sighted.
We use the UK Government recommendations
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|Amaya||Ctrl or Alt||Adjustable in preferences|
|Blazer||Element is activated immediately upon key press.||No modifier is needed for this web browser used on mobile devices.|
|Google Chrome 3 and higher||Alt on Windows
Ctrl + Opt on Mac
|Access Keys were not functional in 2.x builds of Chrome, but are now supported in current versions.|
|Firefox 2 & 3||Alt + Shifton Windows and Linux
Ctrl on Ma
|Prior to version 2.0 Firefox used just Alt;
configurable via about:config
|Internet Explorer||Alt||Prior to IE8, Alt + Access Key focused on the element, but required Enter to be pressed in order to activate the element|
|Konqueror||Ctrl||The modifier key must be released before the regular key is pressed.|
|Opera||Shift+Esc||The modifier key must be released before the regular key is pressed. Once the modifier key is released, browser lists the set of access keys on that page with action and user can hit the desired key.||Configurable via Graphical user interface|
|Safari 3||Ctrlfor Mac
Alt for Windows
|Safari 4 and higher||Ctrl+ Opton Mac
Alt on Windows