[LLVMdev] Letter-spacing in Sphinx CSS?

Sean Silva silvas at purdue.edu
Sat Sep 29 12:29:58 PDT 2012

Looking through the history with git, it looks like it was just
grandfathered in from the original template that the current template
is based off of. I don't think that it is going to hurt to remove it.

Also, another problem with the current CSS is that some of the
different heading types (IIRC in particular <h2> and <h3>) are very
difficult to distinguish, which makes some documents very difficult to
navigate. Any ideas about how to fix that? One easy way I tried was to
bump the margin a bit on the <h3> to make it indented relative to the
<h2>, making it distinguishable, but if you have a better and more
aesthetically pleasing suggestion I'd like to do that instead.

--Sean Silva

On Sat, Sep 29, 2012 at 1:15 PM, Dmitri Gribenko <gribozavr at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> Why do we have letter-spacing: -0.01em in the CSS generated by Sphinx?
>  Could we remove that?  It makes the main text font look really bad
> for me (I can attach an image if anyone wishes to take a look).  Fonts
> already have appropriate tracking built-in, so trying to change that,
> especially without knowing the font name beforehand, is shooting
> oneself into the foot.
> Dmitri
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