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Thanks for the input. I agree, leave the font size alone.

"If anyone believes the node should not be displayed they can can consider it. Then the community will decide."

How do I use the power of consideration responsibly? states (among other things)

"Poor reasons to consider a node include:

  • To correct factual errors. Instead, post a response or send a message to the original author."

It's often not pratcical in terms of time and effort to take someone to task, especially when time and time again the same nonsense gets regurgitated. Especially were there are some cases where, regardless how many times a user is corrected, the same nonsense is reposted. In some cases the content is so bad it could be harmful to a computer system, or ones career/sanity. Bad/dangerous advice on an electronics forum can see your post nuked completly.

Update: To expand on this, How do I use the power of consideration responsibly? there is nothing I can see applicable under "Good reasons to consider a node" which would allow removal of a node for the reasons under discussion.


In reply to Re^2: Feature: Auto hide. Change: show node vote counts to all, not just logged in users. by marto
in thread Feature: Auto hide. Change: show node vote counts to all, not just logged in users. by marto

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