On Monday, December 30, 2002, at 08:03 PM, Jeffnelson wrote:
> Hello, I'm a first-time caller, long-time listener. I've run into a
> using the method described at
> http://www.thenoodleincident.com/inflight_correction/log.html (base
> size in
> % lower than 100 and element size in ems). Everything was working fine
> a friend of mine had a look at using Chimera for OS X.
> Page using this method:
> Screen cap of what he saw before having to resize the text:
> I can't figure out why the text is so small -- judging by the "264
> screenshots" it should still be large enough to read using this
> method. Does
> anyone have an idea why it isn't?
The only thing that comes to mind: what is the preference setting for
the font size in your friends browser ? Default is 16px. When I check
your page in my Chimera (0.6), it displays the same as in Mozilla.
Changing the preferences to 12px font-size, and then yes, you'll have
that very small thing. Idem for any other browser.
You start with
} /* this means 90% of the default font-size */
and then this
} /*or 80% of the font-size specified in body, becomes fairly small */
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