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PostPosted: Mon Apr 07, 2003 11:35 am 
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Navbar, anyone? I think you should have some way (besides the dropdown list) to jump from forum to forum. I should know, as I have 4 months professional experience in web design. :lol:

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 07, 2003 11:52 am 
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Duly noted. Unfortunately that requires screwing with the style code.

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Luke: The default font for the entire board would appear to be too small. In particular, the font displayed when typing a post is waay too small. It's possible that the default font size is something you can change, seeing as you're Top Dog and all. "McGoodwin"? Read that on ICE.


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Looks like you fixed it. Much better. Doomo arigatoo. But a Nav bar would be very useful . . .


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I made some adjustments. Luke may or may not change them back.

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Ron wrote:
Luke: The default font for the entire board would appear to be too small. In particular, the font displayed when typing a post is waay too small. It's possible that the default font size is something you can change, seeing as you're Top Dog and all. "McGoodwin"? Read that on ICE.


I see Amy changed some things, although I'm not exactly sure what at the moment. As far as I know everything *should* be rendered in pixels (rather than points), which means everything should look identical in every browser. What browser are you using, Ron?

Yeah, I'm aware of the comments "Jane" made over on ICE. Just thought I'd yank your chain.


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Ron wrote:
Looks like you fixed it. Much better. Doomo arigatoo.

What is the best sounding version of this classic Styx album?


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lukpac wrote:
I see Amy changed some things, although I'm not exactly sure what at the moment. As far as I know everything *should* be rendered in pixels (rather than points), which means everything should look identical in every browser.

http://www.useit.com/alertbox/20020819.html
http://css.nu/faq/ciwas-aFAQ.html#QA02
http://www.macedition.com/cb/cb_20010604.shtml


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lukpac wrote:
What browser are you using, Ron?


I'm using MS Internet Explorer. I just conpared the "reply" box here with the one at SH.tv--it's smaller here and kind of difficult to read. The font sizes on the forum pages themselves would appear to be the same, however.


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