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Agreed. Using em is recommended - not px. While it may work, it's not exactly standards-compliant so you may run into undefined behavior.
I thought px was recommended because of a bug on some browsers on retina displays which don't handle em cleanly? (though I can't find a source for this now I'm searching)
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It doesn't need it.
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I try to use "em" because its more reliable when scaling.
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I thought px was recommended because of a bug on some browsers on retina displays which don't handle em cleanly? (though I can't find a source for this now I'm searching)
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Is this true? Right now i use EM because its easier for me to scale my pages down with that. Good-ol font-size X%;
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I try to use "em" because its more reliable when scaling.
Is this true? Right now i use EM because its easier for me to scale my pages down with that. Good-ol font-size X%;

Yes, and that's why you should use EM. One device having a bug can be circumvented with a media query IIRC.
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Yes, and that's why you should use EM. One device having a bug can be circumvented with a media query IIRC.

Pixels are scaled too.
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