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When my browser's minimum font size is set to 17px, the StackExchange™ MultiCollider SuperDropdown™ looks like this:

screenshot 1

If you change the CSS so that it uses line-height: 1.2; instead of line-height: 12px;, it looks like this:

screenshot 2

Just for completeness: Never having line-height in px is good; line-height in px is bad. Can this be fixed?

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You're correct px isn't the right unit for line-height. I'll be changing all the occurrences in our sites' css. (it may take a while) – Jin Jan 20 '12 at 1:10
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I have put in a fix for the global inbox line-height, it will be in the next production build. I'll be updating other px occurrences for line-height in our css.

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Sweet. Thanks. Faster and simpler than I'd thought. – Rudie Jan 20 '12 at 8:39

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