Lets see if happens with this link as well as the one at the top... http://hubpages.com/forum/
I definitely see it and have sent the issue to our engineering team to fix!
I am getting older and going blind so I kind of like it. Maybe like 15- 20% smaller than it is and I think I could really like it.
Yes. I tested in Chrome, Firefox, Opera, and Internet Explorer.
You may want to refresh your browser and/or clear your browser cache.
If you would like the font to appear smaller, you can zoom out using your browser. CTRL- in Windows.
Thank you, Matthew. The big print really doesn't bother me at all. Just letting you know.
Squeaky Clean cache and Internet Explorer 9, just fyi.
Maybe I'll reboot, just for good measure.
Me, too, Matthew. All cleaned, but still big print.
Using FF 18.0.1 and windows 7
I took a snippet of the forum to show the big lettering at 6:50 pm cst
Thought there was something wrong with my browser...lol
LOL. When I read the subject I thought you meant really big as in really popular or hot!
And I thought to myself, "Well duh. HP forums have it all over FB and Twitter. Everybody here knows that!"
But yeah. I'm having the super large type issue too. I kinda like it. Big type is good for my old eyes!
Maybe they are catering to the over 50 crowd...it's a lot easier to read.
I agree, not fixed at all. It is impossible to scan the threads, since only a few appear on the screen. If we have to have this huge print, at least give us the means to make unwanted topics not appear on our screens!
Multiple browsers on the iPad are still showing the enlarged font sizing.
Wow, what big letters you have! Big forum print here also. Just signed in and got a huge surprise.
It reminds me of the screen resolution in safe mode on my old PC. Is it going to stay like this?
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