Largest minimum text size in FF prefs makes admin display terrible
|Reported by:||jane||Owned by:|
The backend looks great in FF if a user zooms, as long as they don't zoom text only. However, some visually disabled people use the Firefox preference for minimum font size instead, because doing full zoom means lots of horizontal scrolling. Is there anyway to make it so that a large minimum text size wouldn't be so terrible-looking?
To reproduce: in FF, go to Preferences, Content, Advanced Fonts, select 24 for minimum size. Look at the admin; eek! (In comparison, zooming to that size looks very pretty, but requires horizontal scrolling).
Gmail does it decently, so I thought it was worth asking, but I know that there may be technical reasons that we can't make it happen. Would just like to know what those are if so, so I can explain to users who ask about it. If we *can* make it happen, that would be sweet.
Change History (34)
comment:1 @designsimply — 5 years ago
- Priority changed from low to normal
- Severity changed from minor to normal
comment:27 @nacin — 14 months ago
- Component changed from Accessibility to Administration
- Focuses accessibility added
comment:28 in reply to: ↑ 25 ; follow-up: ↓ 29 @GrahamArmfield — 14 months ago
- Focuses administration added