> In the last couple of weeks I've come across a couple of people in my
> organization who have their PCs set up so that the DPI setting is 120 DPI
> instead of the normal 96 DPI. This has caused all sorts of consternation.
> Any one else run into this? If so, how are you working around it?
> John Garison
I guess there is a connection with CSS buried in here someplace...
If in the CSS, you set default on the body, and maintain it for the page
primary content, you've got a shot at it. Care in the CSS not to
restrict height, or provide work around for it when necessary helps. In
addition to vertical fluidity, a well structured CSS layout can
accommodates horizontal width differences due to font scaling-- min/max
width and other means can be used to achieve this.
Testing from here to eternity is paramount. Testing in a small window,
at +2 and also at minimum font-size at the largest setting in the
Gecko's and Mac browsers, text-size "largest" (and font-sizes ignored)
in all IE browsers, and setting a minimum font-size in Opera (a friend
tests at 50px min) are some methods.
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