Re: [opensuse] News about the future of Flash on Linux

On 02/23/2012 09:26 AM, Felix Miata wrote:
On 2012/02/23 09:06 (GMT-0600) Billie Walsh composed:

Fonts are set to "serif" at 16pt.

In FF 16 is px, not pt. 16px=12pt.

I don't even see a setting that allows the web site to set the font.

In FF, click on "Advanced" to find more choices, including the checkbox
that defaults to allowing pages to choose fonts.

Well, it looks like face is reddest. Unchecked it and now it works fine. I didn't see where the page calls for a font in the source code but it must be in there somewhere. I wonder what font it calls that I don't have installed already.

I always just figured it was a flash problem because it exhibited the exact same symptoms that flash does when it isn't working.

It's kind of funny, but in the source there is a LOT of content that doesn't show on the screen. Stuff I've never seen in any browser or OS. And, it's not commented out. Weird.

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