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> (If I had the time, I might even look at the routines that filter the nodes' HTML, to see if those tags could be rejected automatically for AM posts

that could be generally done by patching approved html tags

I suppose it might create backwards compatibility issues.

Also coding an exception for AM is feasible, but I'm shying away from making things more complicated.

> Or look at whether there might be some CSS changes possible to mitigate the effect.)

Most of our culture is from a time where not all clients supported CSS.

I think a logarithmic scale would be nice.

But I have to admit that my settings don't always render reliably on mobile-chrome ...

Cheers Rolf
(addicted to the Perl Programming Language :)
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) looks like I accidentally did submit a patch, no idea how this happened.(?)


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