Nick it is hard to see the print.
Text is to small(fine)
i read it ok
Bob is right, text is too small.
Your designers are all young 'uns…
Tell them that they need to design these with us geezers in mind.
I could read it, but it’s a strain. (like trying to read prescription bottles. :mrgreen:)
You left out the valley jack rafter identification, didn’t you, on the inset?
Font increased: http://www.nachi.org/roof-rafters.htm
For future graphics, you might want to also mention to the designers that a significant portion of the male population is red/green color blind. Some folks probably didn’t even recognize that there was color in the graphic. Personally I like the color combinations/choice, but others wouldn’t be able to see it.
Yes, valley jack rafters are not mentioned.
The rest looks great!
I see red, green, blue, orange, yellow, black, white…
How’d I do?
I’d like larger font…
It may be easier to read have a numbered list when increasing the font size beyond the aspect ratio of the diagram;-). Thoughts everyone . . .
Microsoft makes a mouse and accompanying software with a magnifying glass pane pop up just for geezers. I just got one, even though I haven’t reached official “geezerdom” yet, works great for photos and fine details in documents, etc.
There is a magnifier built into Windows XP and Vista
Note: The location, magnification level and size of the magnifier box can be changed.
Did not know that. But good to know. The new mouse I got has a button built into the side of it for these feature which makes it handy.
I have copy/ paste in mind.
Been there done that.