Not sure if I took the right approach this, but in the past, I've found that the best way to deal with *NIX browsers was to either use em's or points, and that x-small, small, etc. type notation. I have to admit that I was so frustrated with trying to figure out CSS sizes in *NIX that in some projects that I sniffed for platform using Netscape's Ultimate Client Side Sniffer and just used a different style sheet for *NIX users that did not use font-sizes. -M > -----Original Message----- > From: Chris Evans [mailto:chris at fuseware.com] > I decided to go with px to determine my font sizes in CSS. > Everything looks > good on both Mac and Win, NS and IE. On NS on Linux and > Solaris (gotta > target that hidden, deep-pocketed Solaris crowd, ya know!), > the font is > teensy-tiny. I've seen this on other sites as well. Is > there a way to get > NS/UNIX to size fonts correctly, or do I have to provide a > separate style > sheet for UNIX? > > If I do need to provide a separate style sheet, what is the > keyword in the > USER string that I need to search for?