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Setting fontsize for dirtree globally

You could define \newcommand\mydirtree[1]{{\tiny\dirtree{#1}\par}} then use \mydirtree{.....}
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LyX display size is small for me

As the lyx wiki states, "Menu and dialogs font is not part of LyX preferences - you must change your Qt settings - on linux platforms qtconfig is your friend.". You can ask the developers to ...
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Different scaling for two different fonts with fontspec

I think what you're after is setting the option BoldFeatures which allows you to apply specific options only to the bold face of a font: \documentclass{book} \usepackage{fontspec} \newfontfamily\...
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How can I accurately determine the font size in a document?

Since you employ the article document class and don't specify an explicit font size option, the default font size is employed, which is 10pt. In TeX and LaTeX parlance, 1pt=1/72.27in. Be careful: ...
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What other than fontsize does \normalsize change?

\long macro:-> \@setfontsize \normalsize \@xpt \@xiipt \abovedisplayskip10\p@ \@plus 2\p@ \@minus 5\p@ \abovedisplayshortskip \z@ \@plus 3\p@ \belowdisplayshortskip 6\p@ \@plus 3\p@ \@minus 3\p@ \...
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changing the position and fontsize of the footline in beamer

To move the footline up a bit, you could add vertical space after the template with \addtobeamertemplate{footline}{}{\vskip0.5cm} \documentclass[aspectratio=1610,xcolor=dvipsnames]{beamer} \...
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Using \footnotesize in underbrace

\footnotesize, along with \tiny, \scriptsize, \small, etc are text-mode, not a math-mode, macros. If you want to employ footnotesize instead of the default \scriptsize, you need issue this instruction ...
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Unable to increase the font size of the tikz text using \fontsize

The problem you face lies it the fact that the picture you defined using TikZ is huge and you try to scale it down using \resizebox which also will decrease the font size. You try to counter this ...
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Make text of a single line bigger on beamer

You can use \centering \usebeamerfont{author} Joint work with X and Y to get the same font (shape, size etc.) as your author name. (However if your Simple theme is the same as https://github.com/...
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