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Is it just me or did the font on the site go tiny a few weeks ago. I would blame my computer or my eyesight but the Twitter feed on the right is the same size.

I can barely read the discussions now.

Anyone else? Do I just need special reading glasses for this site?



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Me too! I used to be able to read while I was feeding my baby, but now too small.  safari as well.

For those of you who have the new Safari, you may be running into issues that are related to Safari default font sizes.  I had the same problem on my machine, but not in Firefox or Chrome.

Either way, those problems *should* be resolved in Safari now for most text on the site.  Some of the secondary text like time/date stamps may appear small in some browsers.  If other text is still appearing too small to read, please let us know which areas of the site and types of text are problematic.

It looks like we're getting into another era of cross-browser compatibility challenges with some of the newly released versions.

It's looking pretty consistent across Safari, Firefox and Chrome on my Mac, now! As long as it's consistent, I can bump up the font size. Thanks Nolin.

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