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--- Comment #17 from Voyou <> ---
I'm afraid this is a bug, that is to say, a technical error, not simply an
aesthetic disagreement. Independent of the aesthetic (and/or readability)
benefits of narrower paragraphs, specifying a max-width of 715px on
#bodyContent is a technically incorrect way of producing this effect. First
because it narrows too much: it narrows more than just paragraphs of text, for
example the two columns in diffs between revisions, and it narrows the whole
article width, including the space for floated elements, tables which would
benefit from being wider, etc. Second, specifying the width in px is wrong,
because we don't know how many pixels relates to a sensible number of
characters at the user's chosen font size.

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