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    Default Re: Unexpected Gmail warning

    OK, here is where I am at.
    I'm about to send emails to my sisters' and brother-in-law's Gmail accounts. Two of them have me whitelisted, one does not. I don't know whether Voyager has made the change yet. Here is what I expect:
    If Voyager has made the change they will all go through unmarked.
    If Voyager has not made the change, I expect the whitelisted accounts to have no warning and the non-whitelisted one to flag the message.

    OT, but am I the only person who's typeface has increased in size? It only appears to have happened with PressF1, so I am confused.
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    Default Re: Unexpected Gmail warning

    If you are using Firefox, on the site, Ctrl + 0 to return to normal size typeface, Ctrl + + to increase size, Ctrl + - to decrease size.
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    Default Re: Unexpected Gmail warning

    Quote Originally Posted by zqwerty View Post
    If you are using Firefox, on the site, Ctrl + 0 to return to normal size typeface, Ctrl + + to increase size, Ctrl + - to decrease size.
    That's the point. If I press CTRL 0, nothing changes, i.e. Firefox thinks I am at default size. CTRL+ does increase and CTRL- decreases, but if I press CTRL 0 from either of those states I go back to my default (now enlarged) size.
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    Default Re: Unexpected Gmail warning

    It looks like Voyager have done their stuff, as emails to both my sisters and my brother-in-law arrived without warnings.
    Thanks everyone for your input.
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    Default Re: Unexpected Gmail warning

    "Windows' "Make text bigger" accessibility setting now affects all the UI and content pages, rather than only applying to system font sizes."

    See here:

    https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefo.../releasenotes/

    So this is an "improvement" for the latest Firefox (103) which may be your issue I think.
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    Default Re: Unexpected Gmail warning

    Yes, that appears to be it. I did the fix as in your post to my other thread.
    Thanks
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