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Rendering Differences Based on File Name

Firefox is rendering the same html in different ways based on filename. Here's the set up: I have one file, monsters.html, hardlinked to monsters_.html

0 HAL:0 brundage/Desktop % ls -i monsters*html 292915 monsters.html 292915 monsters_.html

Displaying each in firefox using file:// results in different renderings.

Screenshots and source here: http://www.deanandadie.net/monsters/

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Re: Rendering Differences Based on File Name

Font size and zoom - increase the size of web pages You can "zoom" all sites using this add-on: NoSquint. After setting your global zoom level, you can still fine-tune the zoom on individual sites. After installing NoSquint, click the % on the Add-on Bar to call up site preferences, then click the Global Settings button, then the Zooming tab.

If you don't have the Add-on Bar displayed, you can right-click the new tab button ("+") or a blank area of the tab bar to the right of it and choose Add-on Bar from the shortcut menu.

You can experiment with sizes larger than 125%, but I wouldn't go much higher than 150% unless you have a large high-resolution monitor.

If there are particular sites that still present a problem, feel free to post their URLs.

You can find more information about the zoom features Firefox offers in these articles:

Font size and zoom - increase the size of web pages - For zooming text only

Font size and zoom - increase the size of web pages - For zooming the whole page (including images etc.)