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    Member kristof's Avatar
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    Jan 2004
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    Hello. Congratulations WDF on new design.

    Well, a short time ago I asked for "browser-responsive font sizes" and here they are. But maybe a little too responsive? I can not use "larger" text now, because that causes side-scrolling.

    Suggestion: Do NOT code browser-responsive sizes for headings, etc., that determine the width of the page. All I need is for the main text of messages to be larger, that would be fine.

    PS--I am using a 15" monitor, which I consider average size.

    Also, I am experimenting with the newly-discovered IE option: "ignore font size commands on web pages..." With this setting, it will not do any good simply to code non-responsive font sizes into the headings. (Maybe?) But I don't think I'm going to be able to stand this setting. It makes a huge mess of everything, what with navbars etc. all being size="3." Alternative: experiment with style sheet override command.

    After several years, I finally found these options in the Explorer by going to: Tools--->internet options--->General---->Accessibility. I wonder who was the nut case who labeled text display options as "accessibility"...? Guess that's where I'm headed if I keep using the Internet too much....
    :laugh: :laugh: :lick: :laugh:

    Ooops.. maybe I spoke too soon. Turned off "ignore font sizes"....and it seems, no more side scrolling already...! Thank you WDF, keep up the good work.


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