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If you will notice, code tags behave differently in Java and C++ forums. Why can't we have a consistent formatting across forums? Personally I like the C++ one...

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    John A 1,896   10 Years Ago

    [quote=kumar.nitesh;351304]Obviously , As they are from different standard and cater different market also there should be something different from the previous one[/quote] No comment. Read More

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See the font size in both the cases...The C++ one is one point large than the Java one.

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Yes, the C++ is larger than the Java one, and even looks better. I wonder if it was a subtle bug I discovered.

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I guess my desire for having large font for code is getting over me... *sigh*

Nevermind, thread solved, before everyone out there starts proving I am going senile... ;-)

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Obviously , As they are from different standard and cater different market also there should be something different from the previous one

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Obviously , As they are from different standard and cater different market also there should be something different from the previous one

No comment.

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got a chuckle from this
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Which thread is the Java one from anyway?

Here it is. I am glad atleast some people were able to spot the difference. ;-)

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Here it is. I am glad atleast some people were able to spot the difference. ;-)

Strange though, the font size on that thread when I view it is way smaller than on the second screenshot you took, and that's on Safari (untweaked font size CSS).

Is it still happening to you right now?

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Nah..but I do see change in the code fonts, esp browsing the C++ section. Strange, but I really like that font... ;-)

Wish Dani would have increased the size a bit, the contrast between normal text and code is too much.

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