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 Looks good
Author: Anon 
Date:   03-08-01 07:47

I like the look of the new site. I just wish that it didn't use such tiny tiny tiny fonts.

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 Re: Looks good
Author: Mekanix 
Date:   04-08-01 00:09

I second that on both accounts! I really love minimalistic layouts! ;-)

The fonts are barely readable (1600x1200 19" display) in both Konqueror and Mozilla.

It's a really bad habbit to use absolute font-sizes. Espcecially the body-font should be left for the user to set!

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 Re: Looks good
Author: Dan Langille 
Date:   06-08-01 22:43

Have a look at

How's that?

What fonts do you have on your browser? What browser? What OS?


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 Re: Looks good
Author: Mekanix 
Date:   08-08-01 00:31

Can't really spot any difference, still tiny body-fonts.

It looks like Times Roman font which I haven't set my browsers up to use. I'm using Tahoma, verdana and ariel.

I'm using Konqueror and Mozilla.

Netscape uses a readable size and is not using time roman (guess it ignores css ;-)).

CS? What's that?


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 Re: Looks good
Author: Joe Clarke 
Date:   11-08-01 04:51

The fonts are tiny for me as well. I'm using Netscape 4.78 on FreeBSD, of course. I have a bunch of TTF fonts loaded including Arial, Verdana, Tahoma, and Times. I use Helvetica for my default font. I have to disable all document specified fonts to make the page readable.

Note, Opera under FreeBSD looks fine.


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 Re: Looks good
Author: Dan Langille 
Date:   11-08-01 05:47

Huh? Using Netscape on this website the fonts are too small? But under Opera it's fine?

BTW: What resolution is your screen? (e.g. 1024x768) What size? (15")

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