Subject: Re: [boost] [Review] Boost.Endian mini-review
From: Rob Stewart (rob.stewart_at_[hidden])
Date: 2015-02-12 08:42:19
On February 11, 2015 10:24:44 AM EST, Beman Dawes <bdawes_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 29, 2015 at 1:53 PM, Rob Stewart <rob.stewart_at_[hidden]>
> > The code type is much smaller than the surrounding text. This is
> particularly odd, besides annoying, on the specifications section in
> which the effects, remarks, etc. Are huge compared to the function
> declaration to which they relate.
> An update to the CSS has just been pushed to
> https://boostorg.github.io/endian. It makes the presentation of text
> more uniform across browsers, but the only smartphone I have is
> android based, so I couldn't test IOS. On android the Chrome
> presentation is excellent, while the Firefox presentation is perfectly
> usable although not quite as pretty.
With Chrome on Android, it looks very nice except that the code often runs beyond the right edge of the blue background.
With Firefox on Android, the display has improved, but the code is half the height of the prose, which is still hard to read. Changing font size in the browser has no effect. That's unhelpful for those with poor eyesight or large screens, etc. as they are denied control.
> Also tested various browsers on
> Windows, Linux, and OS X, and all the results are adequate to
> excellent. Safari does a particularly pleasing rendering on my macbook
> pro retina display, although chrome is pretty good to. Firefox is
With Firefox on Windows, the text runs down the middle and extends about half the window width, and the code overruns the blue background, but it is quite readable. The text size does change as I change the browser font size, unlike on Android.
If only they all worked alike.
(Sent from my portable computation engine)
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