Okay, 2 computers, 2 Namib Linux installs, 2 Firefox webbrowsers with the same extensions and settings, everything set up in the same way, except the graphics driver of course. And everything on the internet – of course – looks the same. Only …
Of course the upper screenshot is off MiniMax, my main rig and SL playing and blogging computer. It runs the lastest Nvidia driver for Linux and the screen is 1080 x 1920 p. This shouldn’t make a difference in showing a very very simple, minimalistic, unhackable, super secure website … but it does! 😮 Look:
This screenshot is from OrcNet, my weakling Acer netbook with onboard Intel HD graphics and a 1366 x 768 p. As you can see I used the exact same url in both examples, which isn’t a wonder since they are both from the same bookmarks file.
And if you kow Fefe’s blog you’ll know that he’s not just runing a computer security firm but is old nobility in the Chaos Computer Club, the world’s most loathed group of geeky activists, human rights propagators and hackers. He has a reason to keep his blog as simple and secure as possible. It should look exactly the same, no matter on what device I show it.
What the actual fuk did happen here???
Can everybody do me a solid please and surf to https://blog.fefe.de/ and check for yourself how it looks on your devices. Please report back, also your ideas about what caused this anomaly, in the comment section underneath here.