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Pixel units are relative to the resolution of the viewing device, i.e., most often a computer display. If the pixel density of the output device is very different from that of a typical computer display, the user agent should rescale pixel values. It is recommended that the reference pixel be the visual angle of one pixel on a device with a pixel density of 90dpi and a distance from the reader of an arm's length. For a nominal arm's length of 28 inches, the visual angle is therefore about 0.0227 degrees.For reading at arm's length, 1px thus corresponds to about 0.28 mm (1/90 inch). When printed on a laser printer, meant for reading at a little less than arm's length (55 cm, 21 inches), 1px is about 0.21 mm. On a 300 dots-per-inch (dpi) printer, that may be rounded up to 3 dots (0.25 mm); on a 600 dpi printer, it can be rounded to 5 dots.
I have had to diable the setting which was making it work in internet explorer, as it was causing people's browser to crash... I will have another think. It still works in firefox though.
longer PLEASE!!! mines is "Never!! underestimate youth...cause your wits cant match mine" tha doesnt even work!!
NEVER! underestimate youth...cause ur wits cant match mine...
Well, it now means that Hadrian's jumping sheep is now vanishing below the horizon when it descends (that was as yet one of the signature I had not blocked, despite being both an animation, which I often find distracting, and large). OK, to be fair, it now has a scroll bar appear at the side of the signature, so if I really wanted to see the sheep touch down, I could scroll down to view the touchdown.Karen's oversized signature I had already blocked, so I cannot say what effect it has had on that.