... What can I say - I like gadgets. -mbMessage 1 of 30 , Aug 31, 2008View Sourceloro wrote:
> Mike Breiding wrote:What can I say - I like gadgets.
>> All my pages use a font size definition of 100% in the CSS.
> So what's the point of a text resizer? Every browser has that feature
> built in. You don't use a fixed font size so IE's inability to resize
> text set in points or pixels doesn't come into play.
... Boys and their toys! :-P LottaMessage 1 of 30 , Aug 31, 2008View SourceMike Breiding wrote:
>What can I say - I like gadgets.Boys and their toys! :-P
... That s what I say in the next sentence. ... Many people would benefit from instruction, but few are willing to take it. A case in point is the blandMessage 1 of 30 , Aug 31, 2008View Sourceloro wrote:
> Doesn't a widget just confirm that they can't change the textThat's what I say in the next sentence.
> size themselves?
> A link to an short instruction about how to change text sizeMany people would benefit from instruction, but few are willing
> in their browser is something they would benefit from.
to take it. A case in point is the bland look I get when asking
people, if they also put a big wad of photocopies of all the
previously exchanged letters with every new one, when writing on
paper. (I add, that for me this would actually be helpful, it takes
me ages to find older paper letters, but with mail it is just one
single keystroke.) And the next question, why they make their mails
one size smaller than I find comfortable to read, i.e. deliberately
make it uncomfortable for me (size=2, the IE default), usually
elicits the answer "I didn't write that email, that was the
So I stand by what I said: You and I will not do it, but I won't
call Mike's solution wrong.
 Q: How does one indent a parapgraph?
A: Press Tab once at the beginning of each line.
Q: What is Excel for?
A: It's a program for aligning text in columns
and for making squared paper.
... No one knows more than they want to know. Yes it would be wonderful to be so helpful and add all kinds of instructional links to my pages. But, I thinkMessage 1 of 30 , Sep 1, 2008View SourceAxel Berger wrote:
> Many people would benefit from instruction, but few are willingNo one knows more than they want to know.
> to take it.
Yes it would be wonderful to be so helpful and add all kinds of
instructional links to my pages.
But, I think this would be futile for 99% of the viewers.
Just two weeks ago I found out one could Ctrl +- to change the font size
But in IE 6 this does not work.
Ctrl Mouse in IE 6 to change font size?
Try it on this page:
For me, only the menu tabs change size.
In FF all the text changes size.
Why not make it simpler by just adding the Jscript instead of confusing
people with something like:
"If your are using FF, change the text by Ctrl Mouse or Ctrl +-.
In IE 6.0 blah, blah
In IE 7. o blah, blah"
I know people who work with computers for a living and/or teach PC skills.
Some of the them do know even the most fundamental and important things
But who am I to decide what is fundamental and important?
No one knows more than they want to know.