Pressing either + or – keys while continuing to hold down the Control (Ctrl) key lets you increase or decrease the font size in Windows. However, if you are using a German keyboard layout, you may run into this problem. Hitting the Ctrl+ may not increase font size in Windows Terminal. See what you should do to fix the problem.
Fix CTRL+ does not increase Font size in Windows Terminal
The problem related to the font size in Windows Terminal mainly occurs when your main keyboard layout is set to German. It happens because Ctrl and + action may get deserialized as Ctrl+Shift+0 as this is the correct mapping for German keyboards. To fix this you’ll need to change Hotkeys to switch keyboard layout in Windows 10.
- Launch Windows Settings.
- Go to Devices.
- Scroll down to Typing section.
- Choose Keyboard.
- Click Advanced Keyboard settings link > Language bar options.
- Switch to the Advanced Key Settings tab of Text Services and Input Languages dialog.
- Select Between input languages from the list.
- Hit the Change key sequence button.
- Select the new key.
- Click OK.
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Open Windows Settings and choose the Devices tab.
Under the Devices tab, scroll down to Typing section to select it.
Here, choose Keyboard and go to the Advanced Keyboard settings link.
Click the Language bar options link.
Instantly, the Text Services and Input Languages dialog should pop up on your computer screen.
Switch to the Advanced Key settings tab of the dialog and select Between input languages option.
Now, hit the Change key sequence button.
Once done, select the new key and hit the OK button.
Restart your system to allow the changes to take effect.
What is Windows Terminal font?
The font used in Windows Terminal is Cascadia Code. It is a new monospaced font from Microsoft that provides a fresh experience for command-line applications and text editors.
How do I increase font size in Windows Terminal?
The simplest way to increase the font size in Windows Terminal is to hold Ctrl and use the scrolling action. By reverse scrolling you can make the text size smaller. The zoom will persist for that terminal session.
Hope it helps!