[SATLUG] NoSquint Firefox add-on

Cheryl Holmes cherylholmes72 at gmail.com
Fri Aug 14 11:35:04 CDT 2009

thanks for the info Brad.  I didn't know these things abt it.  I am just
trying to figure out a way I can still see text online...I love to read and
research things.

I see NoSquint says it's Beta..

I don't know how to use the zoom feature you're speaking of.  I really do
appreciate your help..cheryl

On Fri, Aug 14, 2009 at 11:27 AM, Brad Knowles <brad at shub-internet.org>wrote:

> Cheryl Holmes wrote:
>  Another friend told me abt this add-on and it appears to be very helpful
>> for
>> sight impaired ppl like me and Herb.  Maybe you know someone who can
>> benefit
>> from using it too.
> I've used it, and for the most part it's okay.  The biggest issue for me is
> that when it zooms graphics, they don't look so good.  But when it zooms
> only the text portion, it can cause the page to be re-formatted into
> something that ranges from slightly different from what it is supposed to
> look like (and therefore only slightly annoying), to something that is
> completely useless.  And it doesn't do anything at all with Flash-based
> content.
> It's not (yet) compatible with Firefox 3.5, however.  If you're still on
> the 3.0* versions, and you're aware of the other limitations, it should work
> fine.  Otherwise, I just use the built-in zooming features found in my OS,
> so that I can choose when to zoom in and when to zoom back out, all by just
> holding down a modifier key and scrolling the mouse.
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