Edit: while I was at it, I also disabled the ICQ, MSN, AIM and Y!M profile fields because no one was using them anyway. I don't really care either way, but it looked a bit silly with all those columns being completely empty in the memberlist.
Frans, in the poll, I checked some stuff that the guys can revote. What about "where's the button?"? By now, I've only found "Remove vote".
one - why changing for such a big font? yes, I went to preferences and defined 14px, but unless someone has specifically asked for this, the older font seems to me to be perfectly acceptable. No web site uses such a big font anymore.
82% seems to hit the normal web font size of 10pt, although I'm not too familiar with Trebuchet MS to tell for sure (Verdana / Tahoma definitely would have fallen apart on anything but 8pt, 9pt or 10pt).
Reasons why? I guess the effective pixel density of modern screens has increased, and modern fonts no longer have bitmaps or fine hints in them to target exact pixels, and then we need type big to look good.
What's this have to do with Facebook? Last time I was there a couple weeks ago, it had many small panels around, and small buttons on them with small labels.
I recognize that technology has changed, and displays have become larger. But the web has used the same 10pt font for so many years that is hard to change my reading habit.
in: inches -- 1in is equal to 2.54cm.cm: centimetersmm: millimeterspt: points -- the points used by CSS are equal to 1/72nd of 1in. pc: picas -- 1pc is equal to 12pt.px: pixel units -- 1px is equal to 0.75pt.
What's the average screen size of portable devices ("phones") today?
While it probably doesn't apply to everything, I'd say you can generally do the opposite of Facebook without giving it much thought and you'd probably be doing the right thing.
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I'll return to the tinkering a bit later: maybe it could be that something depends on other options - eg results visibility (which I changed to "everyone" from "after someone voted").
I've just found a trouble, Frans. With the polls.Decided to adjust this poll with an additional option, didn't change much, but it occurs that after editing, the poll has lost the option for users to change the vote altogether.
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