Okay boys and girls.
Here's the deal. The reason why the font sizes are set relatively (using em's, rather than pt sizes) is because there's a reason for browsers to have font size settings, so that a website font will change according to it's application. Brennan, uses his TV to browse the web, and text on WA.COM is difficult for him to read cause he couldn't scale the fonts to larger. Now, with relative font-sizes, he can make his text super big or super small. That's a definate plus in my book.
If you aren't happy about this change, I'm not sure what to say. Properly designed websites would rather go with relative font sizes instead of static point sizes. That's just how it is. I'm not going to sacrifice usabilty for few people complaining cause they changed their settings on their browser to non default settings. That's just ludicrious.
Next point, we're in the process of moving the entire site to CSS, or at least as much as we can. Once we do that, the next logical step is to allow you to choose your own color pallete, font sizes, anything you want. That'll be really cool, but we're not there yet. Please have some patience. We're going to introduce our new nav as well in the coming weeks, stay tuned for that as well. If you have any issues with what I've said. Hit me up at email@example.com. I'll be glad to discuss it.
Steve Gedikian - firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Graphics Designer - Nullsoft, Inc.
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