How to increase system font in Mac OS X 10.6?


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It's hard to believe, but in 2010, the Most Advanced OS In the World (as it is positioned) there is no way to change the system font size. He selected the World's top Experts On the Interfaces once and for all — for any resolution monitor and can not be changed. No way.

Yes, the fact that the other two popular OS is done in two clicks, for users of Mac — guilty pleasure.

In the result, I'm on my iMac 27" with a resolution of 2560x1440 is forced to break the eyes. And like me, the forums is full. It is possible to change the font size only in the Finder (why the heck?)

Does anyone know other ways to do the impossible? To change the resolution offer is not necessary, thank you.
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In TinkerTool System is such an option:
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The result is, frankly, not happy (I have a Windows elements move down, the menu separators sometimes crawl).
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Change screen resolution - zoom, blur the fonts, but I found a way to make the fonts bigger, but it is a way - a very strange and only works in the case of mackbook pro retina + thunderbolt display. Connect your laptop to the monitor, turn on the repeat mode screen, then again open the menu ( somehow only) and select the mode best for retina laptop. The monitor shudders and switches to the screen resolution of the laptop - all fonts, including system, double and eyes relax from happiness. the drawback that not the entire screen is used - the aspect of the laptop, but this is mere trifles compared with the pleasure of a large clear font. The Mac mini is not passed. On the Mac Pro too, alas.
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