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font-size-adjust - CSS 3

The font-size-adjust property gives you better control of the font size when 
the first selected font is not available.When a font is not available, the browser uses the second specified font. 
This could result in a big change for the font size. To prevent this, use the 
font-size-adjust property.All fonts have an "aspect value" which is the size-difference between the 
lowercase letter "x" and the uppercase letter "X".When the browser knows the "aspect value" for the first selected font, the 
browser can figure out what font-size to use when displaying text with the 
second choice font.


font-size-adjust: number|none|initial|inherit;


	font-size-adjust: 0.58;

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