Sent by David Laakso on 28 December 2009 20:08
> Ok... I have a lot on the to do list already.
> I'm on my way to significantly change the css.
> In the meanwhile, I'm afraid the design given to me to reproduce, will not
> allow 0.85em instead of 0.75em, for example, simple because the text will
> not fit on the boxes.
> In order to allow something like that, probably some layout structure needs
> to change. The dead line is near, and I'm stressing. Still, I'd like to ask:
> If we allow the user to zoom,
You don't have any choice.
> and if we allow the user to use its own
> font-size that she/he feels/needs
Again, you don't have any choice.
> like, what are the consequences of using
> small fonts like 0.75em, instead of 0.85em ?
Like, some users may not be able to read it.
This does not mean the world will end if you use.
And as mentioned two or three times over the past year or so, a rule of
thumb some authors use to set fonts is:
Primary content 100%.
Secondary content 95%.
Tertiary content 90%.
> Please advice,
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