Re: [magnifiers] RE; questions about IE 6 and 7
- I agree that horizontal scrollbars are not good, but on some sites the pages
can be unreadable if they stay the same width when the text is enlarged. It
all depends how they are coded. If users understand the various options that
are available to them they can use the one that works best on each site.
Ideally designers would take text resizing into account when they design sites
but only a tiny percentage actually do.
> >By contrast IE7's zoom facility magnifies everything so images get
> bigger and
> >the page width increases.
> I guess that I would consider the page width increasing to be a bad
> thing, I hate rt/lt scrolling.
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