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Discussion in 'Feedback' started by DaveLV, May 14, 2001.
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I don't see it...
Sorry. I can see the larger fonts plain as day. There is now no difference between the signature line font and the message text font.
This just suddenly happened while I jumped from reading one thread to another.
Why and how do they keep changing. I am using several different computers thru out the day and I just thought it was my computer. I like the large fonts also.
If you use Internet Explorer, goto View/Text Size/Larger. This is now working on the message text for me. It was not working before.
WORKS ON INTERNET EXPLORER BUT NOT NETSCAPE 4.7.
Yep it works on IE. Much better.
As you have already noticed we made another change to the font styles earlier today. However, increasing/decreasing font sizes in the body of the message continues to work for IE users only. We are still trying to resolve the issue for Netscape users. It appears NS 4.x interprets CSS differently from IE, but we have not been able to track down the specific cause or a fix.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.