New Proposal for Inspiration :)
Olaf Jan Schmidt
ojschmidt at kde.org
Mon Feb 3 22:11:45 UTC 2003
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> Read the CSS. There are only two sizes on
> htt://wwwtesting.kde.org/media/styles/standard.css as I write this:
> small and 1em. How is either of those unreasonable?
Timo, just to explain: "1em" means "the standard size of the browser you
are using" and "small" means, well, small.
If we use any size smaller then this, other browsers will have huge
problems rendering the page readable.
[Timo A. Hummel]
> I'm not talking about how they are specified in the CSS, but how they
> look in the browser...
If the standard size of your browser does not feel right to you, then,
please, change that standard size to something you like. Obviously many
people like a big standard size, otherwise Microsoft would implement
something else as "standard".
It is not us that specify a big font size, it is your own computer that
Olaf Jan Schmidt, KDE Accessibility Project
KDEAP co-maintainer, maintainer of http://accessibility.kde.org
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