Safari Extension: Rightsizer

I’ve had a problem with reading Wikipedia pages using Safari on a 27” display. The text was simply too small. Now I could resize the text using the “Zoom Text Only” menu item in the View menu and choosing Zoom In / Out. But this didn’t stick through quitting and restarting Safari.

I did a quick search with “Safari font extension” and Canisbos’s Rightsizer came up, a free Safari extension, no less. Canisbos also developed the Safari extension PopSearch which I simply adore - -K to pop up a search tool for which you can specify one of several search sites. Rightsizer lets you enlarge the text on parts of a page, or even the entire page. You simply click on a representative sample of the text to be resized, click on it and hold down the mouse button, and then press one of several keys corresponding to the resize action. What’s more, Rightsizer saves your text resize settings for the website. Now, when I come back to Wikipedia, I get the font sized the way for me to read! Definitely a win! Check out their page to see what it can do for you.