There there a way to set the number of letters in a sentance? I'm not sure I follow? Wouldn't that be up to the person writing the sentance you are reading?
The software changes the sentence length, in your browser change the view % and the number of letters per sentences will change, must be some way to change the cut off so it does not go off screen. I only have this problem with high resolution screen. I believe older software when screen resolution was not as high are not set for newer monitor viewing?
Ahh line length, I'm pretty sure that is set by the HTML coding, for whomever made the site, some sites do that, others don't.
Hopefully someone familiar with web development can confirm if this is the case or not.
Thanks, I am not sure, I thought that at first but how would sites programs know all the types of monitors and software with different viewing sizes used handle this, to me the receiving software would format the sentence length, I could be wrong. Again thanks for your time.
Unfortunately, when you zoom within your browser, this is topical only and so the width of elements and text on a website won't be dynamically adjusted based on zoom level. One option you do have though is to override font size in your browser (Settings>Show Advanced Settings in Chrome and View>Text Size in Internet Explorer).
Hope this helps.
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