On the other hand, a typical user would expect an in-application feature
called "zoom" to zoom.
There's a tension between website behavior and application behavior that
has yet to be resolved. I think this is the key element where responsive
design faces a challenge. Not every use case with a small viewport is
well-served by the same interface, so some compromise inevitably manifests
in the "narrow" response. (This may also be true of larger viewports -- but
the obvious examples that come to mind are all at the small end.)
On Tue, Feb 9, 2016 at 11:37 AM, Jennifer Goslee <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I agree with the intial responses:
> For the functionality they desire, they should be using an OS level
> magnification tool.
> A responsive website should always behave like a website, NOT like word
> document. It is not a reasonable request to change the behavior for this
> one use case. (And if you change it for this one, what demand will be made