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Old 07-11-2009   #1
"The New Guy"
Join Date: Nov 2009
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Readability on articles

I'm always reading PS3Center through Google Reader and Twitter, and I really like the site, but whenever I have to read an article on the website I have to struggle.

The font size on the articles is a bit small, but the real problem is the distance between lines of text which is too tight. Lines should be farther apart so we don't keep misreading the text going through the same line more than once thinking you're actually reading a new one.

Also, whenever there is a link inside an article, the font size of that link is smaller than the surrounding text and it is set on red, which makes it much harder to read - black and read don't have the greatest contrast, you know?

You can see a perfect example of what I'm saying, below.

Also, I would have expected to find an e-mail address somewhere so I could write about this but instead I had to register into a forum I'll never use again.
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Old 08-11-2009   #2
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This has been something the staff has talked about a lot. Right now, there's a bug in the back end that prevents us from doing any formatting of articles besides adding pictures and links. If you notice in our posts, we never embed videos, or italicize, bold, underline, list, etc - it all stems from the same issue. Rest assured it's something we're working on and will be implementing when the site relaunches as PSSync later this year.

I know you mentioned you weren't planning on coming back to the forum, but I just wanted to thank you for your input! Glad you enjoy the content coming from the site, and I think you'll be really pleased with the changes made for PSSync.
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