But can someone please explain what “roll down” means? I have not “roll down” key on my computer and don”t see any explanation when I google it. I am having this wide screen problem in Google Chrome …
I have the bar at the bottom but I would really like a way to resize the gmail text window … when I resize the chrome window, it just hides the text in my gmail message that I am typing.
Change the Display Mode (gear in the upper right) to Touch-enabled then change it back to your preferred Display mode.
Watching: My inbox has spread across the screen
The action you”re referring to is Ctrl + scrolling down on your mouse”s scroll wheel. This will zoom out and hopefully make your content fit.
A similar method of the same action would be Ctrl + -.
Without a mouse to “roll” down to change display size, you can press and hold Ctrl while you press the keys with “+” or “-” (plus or minus signs) to increase or decrease size.
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