One unreadable sentence at

Thomas Wolff
Fri Feb 8 13:26:00 GMT 2013

Am 08.02.2013 14:03, schrieb Corinna Vinschen:
> On Feb  8 13:29, Thomas Wolff wrote:
>> Am 08.02.2013 13:04, schrieb Corinna Vinschen:
>>> On Feb  8 10:55, Adam Dinwoodie wrote:
>>>> Thomas Wolff wrote:
>>>>> Am 08.02.2013 11:13, schrieb Andrey Repin:
>>>>>> Greetings, Regid Ichira!
>>>>>>>     I have uploaded an image demonstrating the problem.  It is at
>>>>>>> .
>>>>>>> The image is taken from .
>>>>>>> The marked line should read:
>>>>>>>       Note: Not all of the above setup.hint lines are required. Please
>>>>>>>             read the description below for further details on how to
>>>>>>>             construct a setup.hint file.
>>>>>>> I have split the line to make it readable in this post.
>>>>>>> If you will ask the browser to search for the first line of the text,
>>>>>>> it will probably find the line for you.
>>>>>>>     Am I the only one that see it?
>>>>>>> As an aside, I also think the Notes at ,
>>>>>>> should have their fonts somewhat larger.
>>>>>> This could be an issue with your browser.
>>>>>> I've quickly checked it in what I have on hand, and the text appears to be
>>>>>> fine.
>>>>>> Try a different browser first, perhaps?
>>>>> I see the same problem with Firefox 18
>>>> I also see the problem on Chrome 24 on Win7.  IE9 on Win7 is readable and
>>>> doesn't display the problem.
>>>>> and the issue is clearly caused by style.css:
>>>>> #navbar h4
>>>>> {
>>>>> font-style: normal;
>>>>> font-size: .1em;
>>>>> }
>>>> According to Chrome's developer console, this text isn't a `#navbar` element;
>>>> the culprit here is the later setting of `font-size: .3em;` at line 321 of
>>>> style.css.
>>> What would be the right fix?
>> Very weird; I can't reproduce the issue right now. When I checked
>> earlier, though, the issue was affected by the line I quoted
>> (shouldn't be, indeed, maybe a bug in Firefox) while the ".3em" line
>> does not exist in the style sheet.
>> I suggest to just remove the dot before "1em" in the "#navbar h4"
>> style, whatever its purpose might be...
> Done.  Can you please check if that fixed the OPs problem?
Looks OK now on the original page. As I said, however, I don't reproduce 
the problem locally with the previous version either. Probably a Mozilla 

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