Small isn't beautiful - or legible
My interlocutor began 'I usually think you are making a fuss about nothing when you complain about type being too small, but this one is really really tiny.' The interlocutor in question is possessed of youthful and excellent eyesight and the site in question is that of Consarc . She added 'Don't you find that when things are difficult to read, it's more of a challenge and makes you concentrate harder? Which isn't always worthwhile, ...
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