According to the legal-judgement stylesheet, the contents of the "content" div
should be arial, font size 14px (and yes, the main text is in the "content" div,
I checked). I didn't check if anything in any other stylesheet would override
that (the page loads down two more, they look like generic stylesheets made to
enforce a consistent style across all pages on the Apple
Incidentally, I also noticed that the first three lines are
deliberately made longer than the default; and then the rest of the judgement is
made to wrap at the default wrapping. I have no idea why this was done, but it
does make it look like the page was a little bit rushed.
I also found
that if I zoomed out far enough in my browser, I could see the link to the
judgement without scrolling. However, at that zoom level (maximally zoomed out),
the text was too small to read. A sufficiently large screen will therefore show
readable text without scrolling.
I have no idea how large "sufficiently
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