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The font-size for physicsoverlow is a bit smaller than I would like. I think it makes things look a bit dense and uninviting. I would recommend raising it by a few points (in particular for the questions, answers, and comments, but overall really...). I just wanted to suggest it and see what the community thinks.
The font size is set at 14px, which is a standard font size generally considered ideal for webpages. If you're seeing only the font size for PhysicsOverflow to be small, you probably either
Hah, now I really feel stupid. Thanks for pointing this out. I didn't know my browser would save a different "zoom value" for different websites. Should I close the question?
@JeffDror, No there's no need to close it.
Funny, this is the third time I've accidentally zoomed out on PhysicsOverflow after reading this question.
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