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Fixed no difference between size 3 and size 4

Jeremy

Well-known member
#6
@Adam Howard, I'm going by what the code / css uses. And according to that, size3 is smaller since it has "font-size: small" attached to it while size4 utilizes the same definition as the rest of the message text.
 

Adam Howard

Well-known member
#8
@Adam Howard, I'm going by what the code / css uses. And according to that, size3 is smaller since it has "font-size: small" attached to it while size4 utilizes the same definition as the rest of the message text.
Ah. I was going by visual display. Code could say whatever it wants, but the end result is the desired goal that matters.
 

Adam Howard

Well-known member
#13
Can I just say that demonstrating with anything but images is like trying to prove to someone what you see red as? Different browsers, OSes, and fonts may render this differently so if you're trying to demonstrate, use a screenshot.
I was thinking the same thing. lol

By the way.... Windows 8 Pro 64 bit (and as stated, Firefox 22).
 

ibnesayeed

Well-known member
#16
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above are 4 characters with the following matrix of sizes:

34
43

I can zoom in and see few pixel difference both vertically and horizontally. I am using Google Chrome 26 in Ubuntu 12.04
 

Chris D

XenForo developer
Staff member
#17
upload_2013-6-18_23-25-44.png

500% zoom.

There's definitely an issue with that font.

Only solution I can see is to make size 3 visibly smaller which will make it even more smaller than it already is on the fonts where it seems to display normally.
 

Adam Howard

Well-known member
#18
Only solution I can see is to make size 3 visibly smaller which will make it even more smaller than it already is on the fonts where it seems to display normally.
I always believed size 3 was the standard size (or at least it was in TinyMCE). So arguably, don't make size 3 smaller, make size 4 bigger and those after it as well.