2004-03-20 · in Ideas · 82 words

A graphical web browser should be able to make text on the web look really nice, but most of the time Mozilla's typography looks about as bad as the average Word document. A really fancy approach would be to give Mozilla a hyphenation dictionary and get it to use the TeX paragraph algorithm, although this may significantly complicate layout. At the very least, though, it would be nice to be able to control inter-word and inter-sentence spacing through user stylesheets or preferences.