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How can I get text to automatically re-flow (word-wrap) based on...
How can I get text to automatically re-flow (text automatically word-wraps) based on [font size !AND! browser window size], like it should work, on !ALL! web pages, without resorting to redundant .css tricks I have to apply to every domain I visit?
I'm trying to read this website now,:
but many others display the same way, and Firefox has no provision to help the reader.
I can find NO add-on that works, and some don't even properly expose their control.
View => Page Style choices (really LIMITED choices) don't work.
about:config: plain_text.wrap_long_lines true does not work as I am seeking!
This an important accessibility issue!
I'm old and sh,,,y. I need to increase font size, A LOT. Getting back across a 23" or larger monitor to the start of the correct line is hit or miss.
I speed-read short, tall columns fast. Scrolling is not an issue (auto-scroll!).
Re-flow IS important!
I'm just acting as a browser user. If had my development hat on, I'd be using responsive design.
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It usually depends upon the page layout.
In this case the content is in a table with a fixed width of 600 as you can see if you open the Inspector
- <table cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="600">
To use the full width of the Firefox window you would have to modify this width.
- <table style="width:100%" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0">
The question was never answered and I have the same question.
Here is another website: http://blog.ultimateoutsider.com/2015/08/using-gwx-stopper-to-permanently-remove.html
It (and many other pages) always run off the screen when I zoom in large enough to clearly read. How can I get the text to re-flow and wrap to stay within my window without scrolling side-to-side to read it?
Is there a way without editing each individual website through inspector?
(I, personally, am open to Usercontent.css scripts you suggest.)