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Offline I_B_Perky

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Question about fonts
« on: November 03, 2017, 08:59:20 PM »
OK I admit it... I ain't the brightest bulb in the bunch when it comes to site parms. Back before the recent problem the font on the quotes was a tad larger than what it is now. Seeing as I am about half blind, is there anyway to change that? I can barely see anything quoted in posts. The regular posts are the same size, it is just the quotes that are small.  Gives me a headache. If I make everything larger then I can't read the regular posts.  I went to account settings and could not find anything about that.

Sucks getting old.  :banghead:

Any help would be greatly appreciated.   :cheersmate:
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Re: Question about fonts
« Reply #1 on: November 10, 2017, 11:53:54 AM »
OK I admit it... I ain't the brightest bulb in the bunch when it comes to site parms. Back before the recent problem the font on the quotes was a tad larger than what it is now. Seeing as I am about half blind, is there anyway to change that? I can barely see anything quoted in posts. The regular posts are the same size, it is just the quotes that are small.  Gives me a headache. If I make everything larger then I can't read the regular posts.  I went to account settings and could not find anything about that.

Sucks getting old.  :banghead:

Any help would be greatly appreciated.   :cheersmate:

Something I do across the board that's completely apart from the forum's software - just click and hold Ctrl while adjusting the wheel of your mouse (assuming you use a mouse -- I can't not use a mouse). The entire screen will enlarge or reduce depending on which way you roll the wheel.
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HERE IS THE FIX FOR THAT ISSUE
« Reply #2 on: November 13, 2017, 06:26:34 PM »
I saw the same thing. There is a fix.

Not sure how you access the main files for this site, but you are looking for a file called "index.css" . Open it in editing mode.

Scroll down to line 296, you will see the following:

/* Line 296 */
blockquote.bbc_standard_quote, blockquote.bbc_alternate_quote
{
  font-size: x-small;


Note that the font-size value is set at x-small. This line should be "commented out."

To do this add the comment tags (/* and */ to the line as shown in red):
 
  /* font-size: x-small; */

Click Save File. That will fix the blockquote font size issue.
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Re: Question about fonts
« Reply #3 on: November 27, 2017, 11:51:27 AM »
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Is it possible to adjust the site CSS to accommodate the above fix? Thanks.
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