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Re: [opensuse] News about the future of Flash on Linux
On 02/23/2012 08:43 PM, Basil Chupin wrote:
On 24/02/12 02:58, Billie Walsh wrote:
On 02/23/2012 09:26 AM, Felix Miata wrote:
On 2012/02/23 09:06 (GMT-0600) Billie Walsh composed:

Fonts are set to "serif" at 16pt.

In FF 16 is px, not pt. 16px=12pt.

I don't even see a setting that allows the web site to set the font.

In FF, click on "Advanced" to find more choices, including the checkbox
that defaults to allowing pages to choose fonts.

Well, it looks like face is reddest. Unchecked it and now it works
fine. I didn't see where the page calls for a font in the source code
but it must be in there somewhere. I wonder what font it calls that I
don't have installed already.

I always just figured it was a flash problem because it exhibited the
exact same symptoms that flash does when it isn't working.

It's kind of funny, but in the source there is a LOT of content that
doesn't show on the screen. Stuff I've never seen in any browser or
OS. And, it's not commented out. Weird.

So, FF is now displaying everything on that genealogy site, correct?



There's this bit that shows up in the source that I don't see on the page anywhere:

<div id="gedcom_link">
<h2>Contribute your research to the community</h2>
<p>Make your family tree available here to help other researchers. Your submissions remain in your control, preserved indefinitely, to review or remove as you see fit.</p>

<p><a href=""; class="button">Submit Tree</a><p>
<div class="explanation">
<span>About Ancestral File and Personal Resource File</span>
<div class="about disabled"><p><strong>Ancestral File</strong> is a collection of genealogical information taken from pedigree charts and family group records submitted to the Family History Department since 1978. The information has not been verified against any official records. Since the information in Ancestral File is contributed, it is the responsibility of those who use the file to verify its accuracy.</p><p><strong>The Pedigree Resource File</strong> is a collection of lineage-linked names submitted by users of FamilySearch. The information displayed in the files includes the notes and sources in the submission. No merges, corrections, or additions are made to the data submitted to the Pedigree Resource Files. Users can draw from this database for help with their family history research.</p></div>


There may also be other stuff but this I found without to much trouble. I've tried it both logged in and not logged in.

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