Fontsize - Adjust font size via keypresses
Fontsize provides key mappings for adjusting the font size in Gvim. The initial mappings launch a "font size" mode in which single keypresses are used to adjust the font. This mode ends after a timeout or when the user presses any key not defined in the mode.
For example, using the default key bindings, pressing <Leader><Leader>+ will enter "font size" mode and increase the font size by one. Once in the mode, pressing the "+" key repeatedly will increase the font size by one for each additional press.
See documentation in doc/fontsize for installation and usage instructions.
Developed by Michael Henry (vim at drmikehenry.com).
Distributed under Vim's license.
Git repository: https://github.com/drmikehenry/vim-fontsize