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Old 16th November 2006, 04:09 PM
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Firefox shows fonts, which are defined as percent, tiny

Hi,

I have a problem with fonts on my Firefox 2.0. It shows the fonts which are defined as percent in css file, (for example 90%) tiny. I'm including a screenshot of Fedora web site.

There is no problem with fonts defined as punto or pixel. I tried to change the default font sizes on Edit/Preferences/Content but it didn't help. How can I solve this?
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