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    01 Jul '06 10:00
    for people with different (high) resolution screens or people with differing eyesite. internet explorer (i don't know about other browsers) has an option for diferent text sizes which this site is not compatible. if it could be made compatible it make the site more ergonomic.
  2. Standard memberRagnorak
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    01 Jul '06 10:04
    Originally posted by googlefudge
    for people with different (high) resolution screens or people with differing eyesite. internet explorer (i don't know about other browsers) has an option for diferent text sizes which this site is not compatible. if it could be made compatible it make the site more ergonomic.
    IE is non-standards compliant.

    If you use Firefox, you can just hold CTRL and press + to increase the text size, and CTRL and - to decrease text size. This is because both Firefox and RHP are standards compliant.

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    01 Jul '06 11:23
    Originally posted by Ragnorak
    IE is non-standards compliant.

    If you use Firefox, you can just hold CTRL and press + to increase the text size, and CTRL and - to decrease text size. This is because both Firefox and RHP are standards compliant.

    D
    this is also possible in IE7
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    01 Jul '06 12:32
    Originally posted by Ragnorak
    IE is non-standards compliant.

    If you use Firefox, you can just hold CTRL and press + to increase the text size, and CTRL and - to decrease text size. This is because both Firefox and RHP are standards compliant.

    D
    I was just about to write an answer - but everyone knows already what I'm going to write and it only generate a lot of off-topic discussions so - I don't.
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    01 Jul '06 21:03
    given that the majority of people use IE it would seem that being complient with it would be sensible. simply telling everyone that quite happily uses it to use something else seems to me not to make good buisness sense if anything else.
  6. Standard memberCrowley
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    01 Jul '06 22:55
    Originally posted by googlefudge
    given that the majority of people use IE it would seem that being complient with it would be sensible. simply telling everyone that quite happily uses it to use something else seems to me not to make good buisness sense if anything else.
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