Is there a way to increase the size of the font within snap applications? It is teeny tiny and my eyes are no longer that sharp. For instance in Spotify the type size must be about 1 pt., is this necessary? Currently I avoid Snap apps whenever possible.
Laptop Make & Model > Clevo: N141CU
OS: Ubuntu 20.04.3 LTS x86_64
Shell: bash 5.0.17
CPU: Intel i7-10510U (8) @ 4.900GHz [102.2°F]
CPU Usage: 7%
Disk (/): 12G / 457G (3%)
GPU: Intel UHD Graphics
GPU Driver: i915
Memory: 4528MiB / 15694MiB
Packages: 1747 (dpkg), 11 (snap)
snaps should track with what ever font size you have set up in Ubuntu. I assume your using gnome Desktop. Go to settings menu and then fonts what sizes are set there? you can also scale the desktop there got to say 101 or 102 see if that makes a difference.
In all of the following settngs changing font sizes had no effect on Spotify (Snap.) It seems that the snap app is running in a virtual machine that is not affected by any Ubuntu settings that I can alter.
Ubuntu > Settings > Display > Scale = 150%
Ubuntu > Settings > Universal Access > Large Text
Firefox > Settings > Fonts & Colors > all is set to 16
Gnome Tweaks > Fonts
There must be something wrong with the snap spotifiy package. I would try installing the .deb package see if that works any better. This page tells you how to do that. It’s the last Item in the list.