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Re: [Public WebGL] How to unambiguously set canvas pixel size to be pixel-perfect?

I wasn't refering to "odd" as the fact that people zoom. I was referring to odd that the pixel device ratio changes. Because the only way to make use of that information, will require breaking the application, inevitably.

On Wed, Jun 11, 2014 at 3:21 PM, Boris Zbarsky <bzbarsky@mit.edu> wrote:

On 6/11/14, 1:31 AM, Florian Bösch wrote:
That's quite odd

It's not odd at all.  Web site designers consistently use tiny fonts that are not very readable on higher-resolution (but not high enough to be considered "hidpi") screens.  It's not uncommon to have text people are actually expected to read in a 12px or even 10px font.

For browsers that have such a setting, and for users that know about it, setting a minimal font size is one way to handle the situation.  But it's _way_ easier for most users to just bump the zoom a bit when faced with unreadably small text.


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