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  1. Just like this, I've been viewing the DW forums at 90% zoom for years. Shit looks weird.

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    2. Cupboard

      Cupboard

      Whatever zoom which allows a straight back posture is likely ideal. edit: Haha, that reminds me of playing Diablo with the zoom-in feature to showcase "hamster vision".

    3. Netherstorm

      Netherstorm

      TheCupboard said:

      Haha, that reminds me of playing Diablo with the zoom-in feature to showcase "hamster vision".

      Haha, exactly.

    4. hex11

      hex11

      I don't even have any zoom. I use a text-mode browser and all my xterm's are configured to use the Terminus ter-122n font.

      Technically xterm does have a "zoom" feature (you access the menu with Control + RightMouseButton) but I don't ever use that. In fact, normally I only have a single maximized xterm running tmux to manage a handful of virtual terminals.

      Sadly, I still have Firefox installed for the small number of websites I visit that require javascript. But I despise its bloat and its hostility towards keyboard users. Not that the other popular browsers I tried are much different (well Opera was slightly better in that regard). The browser I'm running now is called links and it doesn't care if you want to navigate with the keyboard or the mouse, and it doesn't care if you want to run it in graphical or text mode (as tend to do). It adapts to the user straight out-of-the-box, rather than forcing him to do things a certain way or to install various plugins in order to get expected behavior. There's a few other interesting browsers out there, like uzbl and xombrero, and of course I'm a big surfraw fan! :-)

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