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variations with firefox onwindows PC vs Linux

Sent by [EMAIL-REMOVED] on 19 March 2006 14:02


Resolved -
I figured out the problem last night - not CSS or browser differences 
but the browser config.  I looked at the settings of both, the win 
version had the default font size set to 14 - and 16 for the linux 
version.  I don't remember changing the setting, but that was it.  They 
are both happy now at 14.  User lesson learned.  Thank you all for the 
tips.  -Bob

Felix Miata wrote:

>On 06/03/18 09:50 [EMAIL-REMOVED] apparently typed:
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>>Has anyone else noticed variations in margin height between Firefox 
>>1.5.0.1 on a Windows PC vs Linux?
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>>I can't point you to the example yet, but I'm finding that if I set the 
>>margin-top with a negative margin and get it to line up correctly on the 
>>Linux PC in em's, that it will be about .5em too high in the windows PC.
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>I can't picture what you're trying to line up to what with a negative
>top margin. How about provding some testcase?
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>Also, if you see something peculiar with Linux, make sure to test with
>both a mozilla.org build and your distro's build of Firefox. Linux
>distros occasionally introduce their own bugs with options that deviate
>from standard ones from generic builds.
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