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July 26, 2007, 7:39 pm
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will re-size in very small increments. Unfortunately, I don't have an
example at hand, but I'm trying to achieve the same effect. I'm not trying
to stop users from re-sizing fonts -- I'm merely trying to allow it in more
Is this something I can do from my end, or is it a function of the browser?
Re: Possible to control increments of font re-sizing?
True, but the factors that influence the browser's behavior haven't been
standardized. It's purely up to the whim of the browser maker to decide
what will trigger more precise resizing.
What I suspect is that the resizing code in FF is based on a multiple of
the size as given in CSS or HTML. The result would be that sites using
absurdly tiny font sizes would have correspondingly tiny increments when
the sizes are adjusted.
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