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Jesse the K ([personal profile] jesse_the_k) wrote in [site community profile] dw_accessibility2015-08-09 12:20 pm

Modify the sub filter manager to access filter manager layout

The sub filter manager page here at this URL:
http://www.dreamwidth.org/manage/subscriptions/filters
doesn't work well with my very large default font size
screen shot link to dropbox
https://www.dropbox.com/s/bqfwby8e1cqri2j/Screenshot%202015-08-09%2011.30.07.png?dl=0

1. Note truncated account names due to narrowness of the scrolling lists.
2. Note account names don't enlarge with rest of fonts.
3. Note very small gutter between lists, makes it hard to fixate on which list I'm selecting

GOOD NEWS! DW already has a page which works much better.

The access filter manager page here at this URL:
http://www.dreamwidth.org/manage/circle/editfilters
is much more usable with my very large default font size
screen shot link to dropbox
https://www.dropbox.com/s/n3uajcb2uxl41js/Screenshot%202015-08-09%2011.49.35.png?dl=0
The access-filter scrolling lists seem to adjust width (although some account names are still cut off). I am willing to do a bit of horizontal scrolling to have all three lists, which accomplish a lot!

REQUEST: Remodel following layout of access filter manager
a. Double or triple scroll list width (ideally, since you have lots of room, expand to maximum account-name length +5)
b. Don't hard wire font size.
c. Triple or quadruple gutter between "not in filter" and "filter" lists.

Mods, could I have a "large font" or "large print" tag?

Protocol question: should I post this to [site community profile] dw_suggestions
as well?

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