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If I interprete your screenshots correctly:
- You are placing the text at a breakpoint of 960 px.
- You have told Muse, to stretch your complete page to browser width (the double arrows to the right of the breakpoint bar are pointing outwards)
- That means: The whole site zooms up to the size of the browser window.
- Text intentionally doesn’t zoom. Text size should be independent from screen size. A smaller screen shouldn’t cause a smaller font size. This makes text look relatively smaller when the complete page is zoomed to browser width.
To change this behaviour you have several options:
- Choose a system font, which will be converted to an image during output. (bad solution)
- Create this text elements in Illustrator and place it as a SVG, then it will scale.
- Use this little .mucow file, created by the Muse team https://www.dropbox.com/s/w3rcwtr671ptvh1/ResponsiveTextSize.mucow?dl=0 and configure it with Muse’s standard tools. You may use menu „File/Place …“ to import this .mucow widget.
- Use this 3rd party widget. It works fine, but requires a one year subscription: https://www.muse-themes.com/products/scaling-text
- Or use this widget: https://musewidgets.com/products/fluid-text-scale I have to say, that I didn’t test this one.
Illustrator did it, didn't know you could do that