https://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=24515

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--- Comment #1 from entli...@gmx-topmail.de 2010-09-19 00:11:20 UTC ---
This report is a bit confused. The actual issue is that font scaling is claimed
to be broken in IE if the font size is specified in 'em' and works much better
if it is specified in '%'. Since it is not a simple rounding error, a hack like
'100.01%' is not needed for IE, '100%' should be fine.
[[ja:MediaWiki:Vector.css]] does that.

I'm not able to confirm this because IETester doesn't seem to allow scaling at
all; a real IE 6 or 7 installation is needed. I tested IE 8 and found no
difference.

Besides, I really wonder why Vector contains 'html, body { font-size: 1em; }'
at all; it cannot make a difference in compliant browsers and could just be
omitted altogether. I will nevertheless attach 3 testcases so someone else can
try to reproduce.

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