Onideus Mad Hatter wrote:
> On Tue, 31 Jul 2007 14:16:43 -0500, Bergamot <email@example.com>
>>I'm sorry, but the microscopic type size and low contrast makes it
>>illegible. Can't read it, can't use it.
>>If it were HTML I could get around those issues. Not so with Flash. :(
> Actually if it were HTML you wouldn't be able to get around that
> issue, where as in Flash it's EASY to get around it.
Huh? Invoking a user stylesheet or disabling CSS altogether are easy
ways to get around a lot of bad HTML (and CSS) designs. I do it
regularly now (that's sad, don't you think?). It's not possible to do
that with Flash.
> See just as you can claim ignorance to understanding how to change
> your screen resolution
There is nothing wrong with my screen settings. I don't have issues with
any other app I run, just badly designed web sites. It would be silly to
change my whole system just for them.
> No, in your case it's mostly about stupidity.
LOL. I see you're an expert on the subject. ;)