Hi Helen,

Are you using a Mac?

I am unable to reproduce this; for me Chrome (Windows) appears to be 
resizing the icons OK with ctrl+ and ctrl- (as you stated):

David M. Alles
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On 10/15/2015 10:41 AM, Helen Read wrote:
> I'm seeing some CSS issues. In Chrome, the text labels under the row 
> of icons along in the upper right (Blackboard, Facebook, PeopleSoft, 
> etc.) are overlapping, even at full screen.
> Also, I'm finding the font size for much of the text in myUVM to be a 
> little small for these old eyes (and no way that I can find for me to 
> adjust, other than increasing the zoom in the browser itself). 
> Increasing the zoom to 125% so I could read more comfortably also 
> cleared up the overlapping text in the icon row, for what it's worth.
> Helen Read
> Senior Lecturer
> Department of Mathematics & Statistics
> University of Vermont
> On 10/14/2015 3:32 PM, David M. Alles wrote:
>> Greetings all!
>> This messages is to let you know that myUVM will be unavailable from 
>> 7:00-7:30AM on Thursday, October 15 while we perform a system upgrade 
>> to a newer version.  In order to maintain consistency we have 
>> attempted to keep the format as similar to the current version as 
>> possible, and users should not notice any significant change in 
>> appearance.
>> One of the key advantages to the upgrade is that authentication will 
>> now occur through WebAuth and will provide additional single sign-on 
>> access to other systems in UVM such as Famis and myAccess while 
>> taking advantage of increased security via Central Authentication 
>> Service (CAS) access.
>> There are some capabilities that will unfortunately be lost such as 
>> single sign-on to webmail due to resources being devoted to the 
>> anticipated launch of Exchange calendar and email application 
>> scheduled for later this year.  Single sign-on to collect your email 
>> should return with the launch of Exchange.
>> If you have any questions or need any additional information please 
>> feel free to contact me.
>> Thanks!
>> David