SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: [compute] RE: [Sigia-l] 800 or 1024 - Which min. display resolution to build for?
Re: [compute] RE: [Sigia-l] 800 or 1024 - Which min. display resolution to build for?
What I find irritating is tiny type. They seem to have assumed everyone is using 640x480 and
hardcoded the size of the type, the columns, et al.
On Sunday, April 30, 2006 at 14:50,
d.brodale <sigia-l_at_brodale.net> wrote:
> On Sun, 30 Apr 2006, Stewart Dean wrote:
> > To add an extra twist to the mix pixels might not be a reliable way to
> > define sites in the future and points might become the way pages are
> > thought about. With the advent of better screen technology one pixel
> > defined might actualy be two pixels on screen. We're on the verge of
> > many users viewing things on much higher dpi screens.
> I think you've misunderstood Dave Hyatt's recent musings on high(er)
> DPI websites if you've taken away that points might become a preferred
> unit of screen measurement (relative to the pixel).
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