Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 10th May 2012 20:23 UTC
Internet Explorer "Microsoft is currently testing a modified version of Internet Explorer 9 on its Xbox 360 console, according to our sources. The Xbox 360 currently includes Bing voice search, but it's limited to media results. Microsoft's new Internet Explorer browser for Xbox will expand on this functionality to open up a full browser for the console. We are told that the browser will let Xbox users surf all parts of the web straight from their living rooms." So, when did browsing on your TV turn into something that isn't useless?
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RE[2]: Usufulness
by bornagainenguin on Sun 13th May 2012 17:44 UTC in reply to "RE: Usufulness"
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ephracis posted...

Some website lock down the font size. LinkedIn do this. It is also a problem whenever I stumble upon website that use Facebook comments for their articles. When I zoom in the website their articles get larger but the text in the Facebook comments stay at the same small, unreadable size.

This! Totally this! I #@%* hate this so #$&@ much!

On Firefox NoSquint and changing the fonts in the preferences to use my choices only help mitigate this to a degree, but then I usually end up breaking the page. ;)

Why in this day and age are website developers still trying to force everyone to browse at their preferred resolutions and fonts? If they need that much control of the text they want PDF, not HTML!


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