checkbox slightly raised in firefox

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the way FF displays checkboxes bugs me. chrome has the right idea with the checkboxes inline with the text, but FF has them slightly raised. is there some magical css option to make FF display them the way chrome does (O_o)?

thanks
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you could always replace them with your own... http://lipidity.com/fancy-form/ But in answer to your question, No I've not found a way to reliably get them to change.
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thats actually pretty sexy.. i might have to use that >.>
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I concur :thumbsup:
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dead sexy!



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AnarchY SI wrote:
the way FF displays checkboxes bugs me. chrome has the right idea with the checkboxes inline with the text, but FF has them slightly raised. is there some magical css option to make FF display them the way chrome does (O_o)?

thanks

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