When using the schematic editor I have trouble clearly seeing the text when zoomed out a little. The text is large enough to see, but the stroke width of the text is so small it fades enough to be hard to read. Of course this is more of a problem with the fainter colors than the dark net labels.
When highly zoomed in it is easy to see that the fonts are stroke fonts with a line width. That can be broadened by making the text bold, but that at least doubles the line width and seems a bit much.
I see a preference setting for a default text size. Will that apply to everything added to the schematic? Changing that setting and adding a capacitor does not change the size of the reference designator.
I found I can change the width of the wires. I believe the default is 6 mils and changing that to 8 mils helped and also makes the delineation from the component lead easier.
I’d say something about the grid dots, but one issue at a time, right?
Is there an easy way to improve the readability of the text on the schematic? I’d like to be able to increase the width of the font stoke by 25% to 50%.