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Image Displays in IE and Firefox vs. Opera

For a site i am working on, I am using some images as buttons that
have text in them (a custom font). When viewing the site using opera,
my browser of choice, the buttons are displayed very crisply even with
different sized browser windows. However with both IE and Firefox the
buttons don't display nearly as crisply. Is anyone familiar with the
difference in how Opera displays images as opposed to IE/Firefox?
Thanks

Aug 13 '07 #1
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"se*********@gmail.com" <se*********@gmail.comwrote:
For a site i am working on, I am using some images as buttons that
have text in them (a custom font). When viewing the site using opera,
my browser of choice, the buttons are displayed very crisply even with
different sized browser windows.
Show us one example of one picture being differently crisp in one
browser at different browser window sizes. (Unlikely)

However with both IE and Firefox the
buttons don't display nearly as crisply. Is anyone familiar with the
difference in how Opera displays images as opposed to IE/Firefox?
Thanks
Show us one example of one picture being differently crisp on
different browsers (possible)

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dorayme
Aug 13 '07 #2
On 13 Aug, 02:33, "selvadea...@gmail.com" <selvadea...@gmail.com>
wrote:
For a site i am working on, I am using some images as buttons that
have text in them (a custom font).
Hmmm...... Accessibility will suck, design will look distinctly "mid
90s". It's a rare example where this "Absolute necessity to use the
corporate choice of font" can actually be justified.
Is anyone familiar with the
difference in how Opera displays images as opposed to IE/Firefox?
Maybe, but we're hardly going to be familiar with your images, or the
code that references them. Post a URL.

Aug 13 '07 #3

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