The icons seems to be so small and so not easy to distinguish quickly. Any way to increase size?

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The icons for ancestors list, descendants list etc. seems to be very small and so not easy to distinguish quickly. Any way to increase size?
in Genealogy Help by Jaison Kanjirathinkal G2G1 (1.2k points)

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Hi Jaison,

Others have suggested that too. It's possible we could increase them a little bit, but they're often used in contexts (e.g. lists of names) where larger icons would significantly disrupt the layout. We could have different versions for different contexts, and/or do  more with text links.

Anybody else have input on this?

by Chris Whitten G2G Astronaut (1.4m points)
I am not bothered as much by size but i am constantly cliking on one i dont want because of the spacing and my huge fingers on my touch screen...
Hi Chris,

I think it is possible for the icon to appear enlarged when the pointer is 'rolled over' the (small) icon.  I have seen this in other applications but I don't know how it is done.

Kevin, the way it is done is to have 2 different icons - one for normal display and another one that is displayed on what is called a "mouseover event", so it would be easier just to have the larger icon without the hocus-pocus (otherwise known as overhead) to change it dynamically.

Chris, I thought it was my geriatric eyes, but I cannot make out what those icons are, or even differentiate between them - they are all teensy green blobs to me.  Perhaps if they were a different color, with sharper contrast, it would be enough.  Also, when you mouseover them, you do see the text of what they are, which is a great help.

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