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Increase the size of Thai script in (other) websites (Firef

Typing, encoding, and display of Thai characters

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Increase the size of Thai script in (other) websites (Firef

Postby SingSorng » Fri Aug 14, 2020 4:51 am

Obviously, it is redundant at this fine site (where you can personalise the fontsizes), but, as you know, when you wander out into the rest of the Word Wide Web, on sites with both Roman and Thai script, the Thai font always seems disproportionally small and hard to see.

There used to be a add-on/extension for the Firefox web browser which selectively made the Thai text bigger. Unfortunately, it stopped working when Firefox overhauled their extensions-platform in 2018.

Well now its back, updated to work with the current Firefox regime.

If you want the Thai script on all your webpages enlarged (relative to the Roman); (and if you use Firefox), just install the new extension from : ... src=search


Also, there is another option (it achieves the same result) :
-install the 'Greasemonkey' extension from : ... asemonkey/

-then add the thai-enlarger script from : ... er.user.js

You might choose this option if you are already using the Greasemonkey extension; or if you want to make your own local version of the script to, say, make the Thai even _bigger_ (currently, it gets enlarged by 60%).


Kudos to :
- Nate at for the original version
- /u/This_Hippo at Reddit for the updated Firefox extension; and
- /u/ky1-E at Reddit for the Greasemoney-script version

feel free to share this info with anybody you think will benefit.

Note: Applies to Mozilla Firefox browser only. Versions after v57.
AFAIK, there are no plans to extend it to other browsers.
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Re: Increase the size of Thai script in (other) websites (Firef

Postby David and Bui » Fri Aug 14, 2020 1:31 pm

Thank you, Sing Song.
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