[FFmpeg-devel] ffmpeg.org clean up

Robert Swain robert.swain
Wed Feb 18 11:23:56 CET 2009

2009/2/18 Diego Biurrun <diego at biurrun.de>:
> On Wed, Feb 18, 2009 at 03:25:17AM +0000, Robert Swain wrote:
>> 2009/2/15 Jan Knutar <jknutar at nic.fi>:
>> > On Sunday 15 February 2009, Dave Dodge wrote:
>> >> On Sun, Feb 15, 2009 at 02:34:02AM +0000, Robert Swain wrote:
>> >> > Don't you find reading lines as long as this uncomfortable? :
>> >>
>> >> I guess if you tend to maximize applications I can see how you might
>> >> find it to be an issue.  Personally it would take a very special
>> >> situation, such as viewing HD screencaps, for me to make my browser
>> >> window anywhere close to that wide.
>> >
>> > Scalability is much nicer than assumptions about the amount of chars the
>> > user can fit on the screen.
>> So, you don't all object to having a maximum width because you don't
>> run your browsers maximised, but rather you do complain about fixed
>> width not scaling down to smaller widths on smaller screens. The
>> suggestion of having:
>> #container {
>>     max-width: <some value>;
>>     width: 100%;
>> }
>> Seems to be a reasonable compromise. How many people actually have
>> their browsers maximised and want really long lines? Aurelien? Jan?
>> Anyone?
> I run my browser maximised.  I don't think you should fiddle with width,
> just let people resize their browsers if need be...

Surely if we cannot impose constraints on how long the lines of text
are, we cannot impose constraints on how the user manages their
windows... Yes, I am being facetious.


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