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Default Suggestion... smaller [code] size


Every day, more people are correctly using [ code] and [ /code] as delimiters for pasting source code. However, this almost always causes the message to be much wider than the screen; the result is that ALL the messages in the thread are stretched this wide and make reading them difficult, now that we have to scroll horizontally for each line.

Perhaps it would be less annoying if you could add or modify the CSS style for code blocks to shrink the text a little, just like quoted text is much smaller than regular message text.


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The font size used to be smaller.

It was increased one size by popular user request.

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