Increase the size of the arabic texts
I have noticed that the arabic words are written in very small size fonts but the cards have very clear and visible words. Duolingo should increase the size of the text as it is very difficult to make out all the symbols and letters present in text.
P.S. - Please upvote the post so Duolingo might see the issue.
I agree. I use a laptop and have to enlarge the text to see the differences between the letters. But there is a theory in learning written music that learning the notes written out small helps you read the music more fluently, but whilst we are learning which sounds are made by which markings, we need to be able to distinguish between the different ones.
I totally agree. I need to have larger fonts, so I have to zoom, otherwise, I can't see what is written. But by zooming, I don't see all the page in one view anymore.
And, please, arrange the pages with the word blocks so that we can read what we write. The blocks and the writing are on the same line.
I completely agree with this problem. Some of us who starts getting familiar with the letters and phrases (including me) might not see the tiny and little differences in the arabic alphabet due to the small font size. I would greatly appreciate if you could increase the font size. I would love to connect the fun of learning Arabic with not straining my eyes.
FYI: Another extension to increase font size
While we appreciate your desire to help, why should it be up to the users to make the app work correctly? That is a minimum effort the app makers should expect from themselves. The solutions offered by these are not obvious to average users, so don't you think the app creator should be responsive to, even understanding of, the plight of their users?
Hello MARUF, my name is Paolo and I am an absolutely beginner in studying Arabic. I like your post very much: that's true the arabic words are too small to be read easily. I , of course, upvote your post and I gave you some lingots. I put a post now for the first time. I am from Italy, where are you from? Greetings Paolo