Currently Being ModeratedFeb 14, 2012 10:58 AM (in response to Jeong-hun Sin)
Jeong-hun Sin wrote:
Is there any way to achieve this or is this another example of Apple's infamous use-it-as-it-is-or-get-lost feature?
Not that I know of. Apple provides feedback for feature requests.
The more people who file the better the chances of getting it implemented. A use-it-as-it-is-or-get-lost company, wouldn't provide feedback.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 14, 2012 11:11 AM (in response to macjack)
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 14, 2012 11:07 AM (in response to Jeong-hun Sin)
I don't know how many people might be having that problem. I think it is a reasonable request.
But who am I?
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 14, 2012 11:22 AM (in response to Jeong-hun Sin)
Yes, that's what it looks like on mine also. What I'm saying is that without being privy to Apple's feedback files, there's no way to know if folks who didn't like filed feedback or not. If you take the attitude that just because it hasn't been changed, "Then, are there few people who want to enlarge the size of the font in pop-up dictionary" and don't file you do yourself a disservice.
Currently Being ModeratedNov 29, 2012 6:22 PM (in response to Jeong-hun Sin)
I was facing the same annoying problem, and found the post with no answer.
However, I did figure out the trick.
I'm using "Oxford Dictionary of English" as my default dictionary, which is the default for most OS X users.
Then the format file for the popup is "/Library/Dictionaries/Oxford Dictionary of English.dictionary/Contents/DefaultStyle.css".
You can edit the file to get your desired effects. Attached with the changes I did. (You'll need to reopen your browser after editing the file)