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Hi Tim, *

Am 19.02.2013 15:51, schrieb webmaster-Kracked_P_P:
On 02/19/2013 01:02 AM, Marc Paré wrote:
Could Erich or Christian take a look at the CD/DVD web page? The text
for both the DE and NA DVD extends beyond the limits of the button.


This happenson some systems. My Ubuntu 12.04/MATE system using
Firefox, shows the DE .iso name go beyond the green button, for
I have been shown a screen clip for a Unity desktop where the font
size is so "tall" that the Torrent and Info text has been "pushed off
thebottom" of the green button.

By change is there a CSS definition for the text font/size for the
button font, or is it up to the user's browser to choose it, like it
seem to be for the Unity/Firefox system.

Yes, the page template has styles overriding parts of the theme's

Convenient ways to check respective styles in a browser window are e.g.
the Firebug addon for Firefox or the context menu 'Inspect Element' in

Downloads container's source would look like

<div class="Downloads">
<div class="DownloadsLeft">
<a class="piwik_download" 
4.2 GB (
<a class="piwik_download" title="Download the files using
<a title="See the md5sum and list of download mirrors for the
<div class="DownloadsRight">

So the filenames are displayed as h2.

I don't want to paste more code here, however you may view the source
files here

and here


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