Look and Feel

In order to customize the text, open the text and tap A in the bottom-left corner of the screen. Text view options will appear. In this screen you can:

  • Change font name. For individuals who may have Dyslexia, the “OpenDyslexic” font helps to ground the words and increase readability.
  • Change text width from wide to narrow.
  • Change color of text font and background. The "Grey" theme works well for contrasting.

In order to customize the text, click T in the bottom-right corner of the screen. Text view options will appear.

In this dialog you can:
  • Change font name. For individuals who may have Dyslexia, the “OpenDyslexic” font helps to ground the words and increase readability.
  • Make all text bold.
  • Switch between auto-justified text (left-justified for left-to-right languages and right-justified for right-to-left languages) and center-justified text.
  • Change text width from wide to narrow.
  • Mask some of the text so that only a few lines are visible at a time.
  • Change line spacing.
  • Change color of text font and background. The "Grey" theme works well for contrasting.
  • Change color of cursor font and background. Choose cursor color that works well with the color of text background.
  • Decide if you want the speech to be automatically tracked.

Use the icons in the bottom-right corner of the screen to zoom the content in and out as needed. Command/Ctrl Plus and Command/Ctrl Minus will zoom the entire Capti webpage in and out as well.

In order to hide the playlist sidebar, click the arrow on its side.