[Phpmyadmin-devel] Re: Catching up with you
michal at cihar.com
Wed Nov 2 10:34:31 CET 2005
On Tue 1. 11. 2005 15:49, Alexander M. Turek wrote:
> I've sent a few screenshots to Sebastian because they did not make it
> to the list. Please finde them here:
Oh, this is bad, I didn't notice such behaviour yet.
> Michal Čihař schrieb:
> >>Yes, but with the same browser settings, the default theme in 2.6.4
> >>displayed a font size that was much smaller and "correct".
> > What is "correct" half of settings I have in browser?
> "Correct" means, that the font sizes should match relatively to each
> other. But they don't always, as you can see on original-2.7.jpg.
You're right at this point, some font sizes seem to be absolute what is
> > We were using small font size before, now it is normal.
> phpMyAdmin ist not a content management system. We do not display
> text decoments, we display data, sometimes a lot of data.
> For this purpose, we need to stick with small font sizes, imho.
I don't see any reason for this. I personally prefer font sizes I have
set in my browser as those are best readable for me.
> >>In Firefox, I have to hit ctrl/- twice to go back to the same size
> >> as in 2.6.4.
> > Just set fonts you'd like to see in firefox.
> So, I set the font sizes according to what I like them to be in PMA.
> And the same thing for google... and for SourceForge... Hey, why
> don't I just create different browser profiles, one for each website
> I'm going to visit and for each web application I'm goint to use in
> my hole life...
Do you really need different font size for each application?
> I know, that I can tell my browser what font sizes to use, but I
> don't see, why I suddeny have to - as the old values were always fine
> for everyone.
You know everyone? :-)
Michal Čihař | http://cihar.com
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