iPhone make font size smaller

weesy

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i'm attempting to find a hack to be able to make the font size of my phone smaller. particularly in my sms and email and messages. i used to have instruction on how to get into the accessibility settings larger font size and actually change the large numbers to much smaller numbers and it was perfect but the link is now nonexistant. does anyone know how to make the font size smaller? or how to access the accessibility settings? please help! :confused:
 

darricksailo

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i'm attempting to find a hack to be able to make the font size of my phone smaller. particularly in my sms and email and messages. i used to have instruction on how to get into the accessibility settings larger font size and actually change the large numbers to much smaller numbers and it was perfect but the link is now nonexistant. does anyone know how to make the font size smaller? or how to access the accessibility settings? please help! :confused:
Settings -> general -> accessibility?
 

weesy

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Settings -> general -> accessibility?
this just brings me to the accessibility settings to make the font larger, i was referring to internally getting to the accessibility settings to be able to change the numbers the large font refers to
 

BumpyFlatline

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I'm pretty sure with Flex you can change the font size in BiteSMS and/or the messages app. Also, I noticed some bytafonts are bigger than normal. I would imagine there are some fonts which are smaller as well. This won't work in safari but the dolphin browser has an option to change font size.
 

Carlanga

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this just brings me to the accessibility settings to make the font larger, i was referring to internally getting to the accessibility settings to be able to change the numbers the large font refers to
Settings -> general -> accessibility>larger text
Inside there is a size slider that doesn't have anything to do with the larger size button. Adjust the slider as needed to the left, keep the larger accessibility sizes button off.
 
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