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formatting issues

Posted Mar 23, 2010 20:07 UTC (Tue) by mattdm (subscriber, #18)
In reply to: KVM, QEMU, and kernel project management by mingo
Parent article: KVM, QEMU, and kernel project management

The long fixed-width text in this comment is causing the entire article to be stretched, making it very hard read.

It's a helpful comment and all, but can we do something about that? Thanks!


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formatting issues

Posted Mar 23, 2010 20:12 UTC (Tue) by mingo (subscriber, #31122) [Link]

I cannot edit the text anymore (and it looked OK here in the preview and still looks readable on my browser) - but if anyone with access to the comment text wants to do it then please by all means feel free to break those lines (or trim/remove them).

Thanks, Ingo

formatting issues

Posted Mar 23, 2010 20:28 UTC (Tue) by corbet (editor, #1) [Link]

I took the liberty of breaking the heading line. You can always tell who prefers narrow browser windows and who doesn't....:)

formatting issues

Posted Mar 23, 2010 20:40 UTC (Tue) by martinfick (subscriber, #4455) [Link]

Perhaps there is a case for having a "no comments" link? Forgive me if this already exists and I missed it.

formatting issues

Posted Mar 23, 2010 21:54 UTC (Tue) by Frej (subscriber, #4165) [Link]

It's more usefull than you think. At least one browser relies on the layout of the page to
determine minimum window size! (Instead of switching beetween maximize<->custom size).
It is the stuff you don't see on screenshots - and a reason I miss safari :)....


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