I am not as young as I used to be, and my eyes are not getting any younger... As a result, reading things on my computer is getting harder. To add insult to injury, the current "trend" by designers is to have rather "thin" typeface and to use "gray on white" schemes...
While I can use the zoom feature (Ctrl+wheel), it tend to also zoom the stuff that I am not interested in a webpage (the side/navigation part), and therefore reduce the space used by the "central" part (where the interesting stuff normally is).
Could you create a "enhance main area" function which would zoom the center part of the webpage (I know that deciding what is "center" is not trivial) and bold out the typeface for good measure? That would be a trully great feature.
I understand that programatically finding/detecting what is "interesting" and what is "usless" on a page is hard and that the feature would not work 100%, but as long as it works on "standard implementation" webpages it would be great. For example on slashdot.org...
Thanks and keep on the great work.