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Re: geckofixes.css harmful on linux

From: Tommy Gildseth <gildseth(at)start(dot)no>
To: Tuukka Tolvanen <tuukka(dot)tolvanen(at)gmail(dot)com>
Cc: pgsql-www(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: geckofixes.css harmful on linux
Date: 2006-02-28 19:59:04
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Tuukka Tolvanen wrote:
> Hello,
> included from 
> included from e.g. 
> , says
>     /* Gecko is broken with pre,tt,code sizes */
> and then proceeds to break pre,tt,code sizes for me on Gecko (firefox, 
> linux). That is, the fixed width text in documentation is 
> disproportionately large unless the rules specified in that file are 
> dropped (the editcss extension is practical for testing fwiw).

It doesn't seem to have the same effect in my browser (Firefox 1.0.4 on 
Debian). It looks just fine, but if I use editcss to remove the style 
rules included from geckofixes.css, the text becomes *really* tiny.
Also tested in konqueror, and it looks fine there as well.


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