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    As usual.... I don't like it. I thought I had accidentally actived the browser's zoom. I have a high resolution so I can see more on a screen, not less. Read More

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    Dani 1,638   2 Years Ago

    > I really hope this is an experiment and not the final design. Every change I make is always an experiment. I evaluate feedback and study analytics to see if usability changes/improves. And then go from there. Read More

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Yes, both the site width and font size have increased for people with large screen resolutions. I noticed this has been a growing trend on a lot of content-based sites recently, especially with the invention of the 4K monitor.

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I have to reduce the window to the last breakpoint to make it comfortable on my 17.5" screen (about 2/3 size). The post column's just too big for me.

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I noticed this too on my 27" monitor!

It looks fine, I'm just so used to seeing it how it was before that it just takes some getting used to.

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As usual.... I don't like it. I thought I had accidentally actived the browser's zoom. I have a high resolution so I can see more on a screen, not less.

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i'm gone for two weeks and the site changes. lol. been very busy working which is very good and out of my normal routine.

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I have a high resolution so I can see more on a screen, not less.

You definitely can see more of the screen, not less??

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I'm finding the wide columns very difficult. Maybe I'm holding the minority view here - maybe even a minority of one! WHen reading an e-book in landscape, it creates a 2 page view to make reading easier. Newspapers typically have narrow columns to aid readability. I know narrow columns are difficult if you want to display code (usually set to 80 chars / line on most editors I've used), but wide columns are a pain. Zooming doesn't help as that makes the text ridiculously big. The only 'cure' for me is to cut the window width down to the last breakpoint. I really hope this is an experiment and not the final design. Sorry if that sounds negative.

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I really hope this is an experiment and not the final design.

Every change I make is always an experiment. I evaluate feedback and study analytics to see if usability changes/improves. And then go from there.

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