Home page font size problem
freebsd-listen at fabiankeil.de
Wed Dec 29 17:09:41 UTC 2010
Doug Barton <dougb at FreeBSD.org> wrote:
> On 12/25/2010 02:42, Fabian Keil wrote:
> > Doug Barton<dougb at FreeBSD.org> wrote:
> >> I usually have firefox set to a minimum font size of 12. With that
> >> setting I get this for the grey navbar at the top of the home page:
> >> http://dougbarton.us/home-page.png (I tried the obvious solution of
> >> reducing my font size, but the only reason that's readable at all atm
> >> is because I'm using a large screen.)
> > That's one of many known problems with the "new" layout:
> > http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=www/91539
> >> Is there a way to fix that so that it doesn't wrap? I looked at the
> >> source of the page but got lost in the CSS maze.
> > I'm using the following Privoxy filter as a workaround:
> Any chance you could produce that as a diff to the existing source? At
> the 5 year mark I think we've pole-vaulted past "maintainer timeout"
Without consensus that the changes are an improvement, I don't think
coming up with a diff to the existing source is time well spend.
I don't get the impression that the persons with access to the CSS
files in question consider the rendering issues an actual problem.
After all, most of the issues were known before the layout got changed.
And those that agree that the rendering issues are a problem,
don't necessarily agree with the changes in the workaround.
For example it allows the page to scale with the browser width,
which I consider a feature, while others consider it a bug.
At the moment I would expect the diff to be either ignored from
the beginning, or to be reverted without discussion later on:
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