On Tuesday, February 12, 2002, Andrew wrote:
> One problem (!) with Verdana in particular, though, is that its large x-height
> makes it more readable. So if the font isn't available, the user will get
> something else that's not nearly as readable at the same size. When
> specifying Verdana it's a good idea to use the 'font-size-adjust'
> property to make sure substitute fonts are slightly bigger.
That's the theory, and it's a good idea to use it in you stylesheets
now. But is there actually any browser that uses it?
(Opera Software employee)
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