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Today I was viewing some threads and saw that people were posting really small and it was hard to read. I know it is not against the rules to post really small but there are some of us who cannot read those small letters. It makes it hard to read the post just like it would be hard if you posted in a light color like this. So please try not to post this small. Thanks!
Although the font size doesn't bother me, I can't stand the light colored text. It's so frustrating to have to zoom in or highlight the post (for the respective problems). Just try to remember others before you post.
Font size isn't usually a problem for me, but if people post in really like colors like that blue and yellow, it is really hard to read what they said. It would be a lot easier if people just posted in darker colors like black, green, brown, purple, and pink. REP to you for the great reminder! (:
I totally agree. Some people type so small and also use colors that you can hardly see. I wear glasses and my eye sight is still not very good. So PLEASE think of others when posting and use letters and colors that everyone can see. By the was this is a GREAT Thread.
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