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Any way to adjust this?
Simply expanding the width of the article text isn't terribly useful, since you just end up with unwieldy text widths.
I could set it up to increase the font size to maintain the text measure, but then you'll have very few lines per screen.
I'm sure someone must have done a fisking of web site layouts in function of ideological orientation.
Any other solution means you lose most of the control over layout.
It is rightly acknowledged that people of faith have no monopoly of virtue
- Queen Elizabeth II
the display width is fixed in terms of number of characters displayed, and is padded out to the width of your window.
<fiddles with the FF window width to see how it changes>
Ah, OK: I get it now. The "fixed number of characters displayed" rule is not bad at all, actually; keeps the reading pleasant.
My regret then would be that the very long comment threads (like in this diary) apparently cannot use more space on the right and extend up to the right hand gray bar. The "old layout" seemed to me more flexible in that regard (or was it?).
if the grey bars become a photo, then we're in twitter land, in which i think i might still choose grey bar.
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