Last modified: 2007-11-14 15:42:27 UTC
Firstly my English is not so good. I try to explain with simple words.
That problems occurs only in Firefox which works under Linux.
When I try to edit a page; system open a new page and there is a text area which
I can enter my text, change the content and there is a submit button. The
problem is the "textarea"'s font - size very small in Turkish Wikipedia. There
is no problem in English, German, French or Spanish Wikipedias. Here the screenshots
Can't reproduce on Firefox 220.127.116.11/Windows XP SP2. What exact Firefox version
and Linux distribution are you using? Could you inspect the textarea with
*** Bug 8950 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
(From bug 8950 comment #0)
> I tried with Firebug and I can't find a problem in css files. The
> Textareas style #wpTextbox1 found in main.css (line 1622). But there is
> no problem in that style. I tried to change the font-family to monospace
> or serif. They are not solution.
> I think problem is Firefox. Because when I change the Font Type(in the
> content Tab which located in Ssettings) from Turkish to West Europa the
> problem is solved in Turkish and other west europeans Wikipedias. But
> the Hebrew or Uzbek Wikipedia looked like Turkish Wikipedia's old
> form(the text area's fonts are very small).
What exact CSS rules does Firebug display when you inspect the textarea? When
you right-click the background of the page and select "View page info", is
"Render mode" set to "Quirks mode" or "Standards compliance mode"? And again,
exactly what Firefox version and Linux distribution are you using?
*** Bug 8953 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
(In reply to bug 8953 comment #0)
> My Firefox version is 18.104.22.168
> And My Linux Dist. Ubuntu 6.10 Edgy
1) Anyone else who's reading this, can you reproduce?
2) Mr. Senol: could you answer the other two questions I asked in comment #3
(render mode and exact CSS rules)?
3) Please post any further replies as replies to this bug, not as new bugs. You
can do this by going to this bug's URL, entering your reply into the "Add
comment" field, and clicking "Commit".
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