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Public area => The Pub => Topic started by: Nao on August 28th, 2013, 11:12 PM

Title: Font size in Chrome Android
Post by: Nao on August 28th, 2013, 11:12 PM
Story of my life...

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I've been having some quite *shitty* week, so far.... After my very bad news from last week; after Pete calling it quits; now I've got a friend who came to visit, and showed me his CloudMobile (which I recommended to him, although I'd never seen it in action, and wanted to), and I wanted to show him a 'bare' Android install and installed CyanogenMod on my second ROM, and then it turned out that it was the first ROM and the stupid device had wiped my entire data set... GREAT!!!

So, if I have to reinstall, I thought, I'll install Android 4.2.2 (instead of 4.1.2), and on my S3 it's not an official ROM, it's basically a leak from Samsung, and there are many things missing, in addition to the, err, additions. Mostly, I think I preferred my old ROM, so I'll probably take another few hours to reinstall it (boo hoo...), but in the meantime:

- It has no Helvetica S (ouch), although it has a very interesting Samsung Sans font,
- Its Roboto is horrible. The font size is much smaller than on my previous ROM. I don't know if it's due to being 4.2.2, or the custom ROM I used being too... bold.

As a result, the wedge.org homepage shows much smaller characters to me in Chrome for Android, and it's like I have to restart from scratch... Obviously, I don't want to play the 'guess' game, and I'd like to ask you guys to... post a screenshot of your wedge.org page being rendered in your mobile device.

- You can either choose the wedge.org homepage, or this very post. It would make more sense to choose this post, as you can take a screenshot right now... ;)
- You can use Chrome for Android, or the stock browser on your device. Not anything else, please. You can do both, if you want.
- If you have the same results as someone else with the same setup who posted a screenshot before you, please don't post your screenshot, just confirm or like their post.
- On Android, the screenshot shortcut is usually Power + Volume Down. On some devices, you need to swipe your entire hand (the pinky should pretty much touch the screen, and the hand should be perpendicular to the screen), from left to right, to generate a screenshot.
- On iOS, it's Power + Home.
- Just attach the screenshot in your post.
- Indicate: your OS and OS version, your browser name and version, and any changes you may have applied to your setup (e.g. whether it's a custom ROM, or you did something to change the font face, or size, etc.)

This should, hopefully, help me determine what's the 'correct' size right now, and what I should be aiming for.
Title: Re: Font size in Chrome Android
Post by: kimikelku on August 28th, 2013, 11:51 PM
Im running cyanogen 7 (2.3.7) default browser.

(http://i.imgur.com/kBm61Uv.png)
(http://i.imgur.com/8e73moZ.png)

Title: Re: Font size in Chrome Android
Post by: Pandos on August 29th, 2013, 12:45 AM
Android 4.1.2
Browser: Chrome 29.0.1547.59

Looks OK.

There is only one thing: if you enlarge the size, the text flaps over profile field.
Title: Re: Font size in Chrome Android
Post by: Nao on August 29th, 2013, 09:03 AM
Devices, guys...?

And skins, I'm afraid. Well, i can recognize them myself, but really I'm only interested in Wireless shots ;)
Title: Re: Font size in Chrome Android
Post by: Pandos on August 29th, 2013, 09:31 AM
It's an Asus Fonepad 7".
Screenshots taken with default Skin.

With Wireless all looks Great!

But it does not switch automatic to wireless. Only after login und if i set my preferences to wireless in Skinselector...
Title: Re: Font size in Chrome Android
Post by: Nao on August 29th, 2013, 10:27 AM
Okay, back on my PC...

The good news is that I found a nand backup lying around on my external SD Card, dated August 14, I'd forgotten I'd done it at all, so in the span of 10 minutes, I was all good -- back with a 15-day old copy of my S3. It's not as good as a 1-day old copy, but hey, I can't ask for too much, I guess... At least I won't have to spend another 2 days reinstalling all of this shit.
And the correct font sizes are back in my Chrome, phew...!

So, I've been having a closer look at your screenshots guys, and they seem quite all right to me. It really was FoxHound 4.2.2's fault that the font sizes were screwed up -- not FoxHound 4.1.2's. There are font size differences between browsers, but they're all within acceptable range, and I'm not going to restart from scratch just for that, eh.

Now, I'll just need to deal with iOS. For this, I only have my iPod Touch 4 with iOS 5.1.2 or something, and it's okay, but I remember Pete mentioned problems with his iPad devices. It'll be some time before I can access an iPad again, so I suppose it'll have to wait, for now!
Title: Re: Font size in Chrome Android
Post by: feline on August 29th, 2013, 05:40 PM
Nexus 7 (2012) Android 4.3 Chrome 29.0.1547.59
Title: Re: Font size in Chrome Android
Post by: Nao on September 1st, 2013, 11:59 PM
Is it readable to you?

Why not use Wireless? Not suitable for a tablet, maybe...?
Title: Re: Font size in Chrome Android
Post by: feline on September 3rd, 2013, 10:34 AM
here a screenshot with the wireless theme...
but .. why dont switch wedge not automatically to this theme on mobile detection?
redable is both with a little bit zoom :)
Title: Re: Font size in Chrome Android
Post by: Nao on September 3rd, 2013, 04:52 PM
Quote from feline on September 3rd, 2013, 10:34 AM
here a screenshot with the wireless theme...
More readable, phew!
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but .. why dont switch wedge not automatically to this theme on mobile detection?
That's the thing... It's supposed to do it. Maybe it was done for you, and then you changed it to Weaving and you forgot to reset it back...? Once you've had your skin chosen, it's kept in the database in the 'mobile' column, basically, so anytime you use a mobile device, you'll be seeing the last skin you used on a mobile device.

I'm actually considering adding a skin setting to say, basically, "this skin is mobile-compatible, apply a few magic fixes to make it work there", but I'm afraid people would get lost then -- "why is Wireless the default mobile skin when it's nearly the same as Weaving on mobile...?"
Title: Re: Font size in Chrome Android
Post by: feline on September 3rd, 2013, 07:44 PM
well ... each mobile browser have a "Desktop version" switch.
and here two images from the new nexus 7 (2013) with HD reselution ...