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Ive noticed recently I have to click submit 2 times to make the post work. :smt017
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Ive noticed recently I have to click submit 2 times to make the post work. :smt017


Anybody else having this problem? :?:
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I dont get that but I do get a problem with the board size when replying to a post..board width is massive and smiley box takes up half of it..gotta move it over to the left quite often to read what I has written.. :lol:


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I dont get that but I do get a problem with the board size when replying to a post..board width is massive and smiley box takes up half of it..gotta move it over to the left quite often to read what I has written.. :lol:



Ive noticed that sometimes

Is it when there is a overly large picture on the page? Is that why the width extends?
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I dont get that but I do get a problem with the board size when replying to a post..board width is massive and smiley box takes up half of it..gotta move it over to the left quite often to read what I has written.. :lol:



Ive noticed that sometimes

Is it when there is a overly large picture on the page? Is that why the width extends?



You got it Nige..tiz exactly that..


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What monitor setting (resolution) are you guys using?


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I use 100%..that what you mean figgy..tried it smaller 75% and I had to scrunch me eyes up to read it..would like to use 125% but thats out of the question..would i need a bigger monitor to do that.. :?:

Down stairs monitor is 17" but my lapamabob one is smaller and thats the one I use at the mo cos I cant get down stairs and I am chained to the bed and held prisoner.. :lol:


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I use 100%..that what you mean figgy..tried it smaller 75% and I had to scrunch me eyes up to read it..would like to use 125% but thats out of the question..would i need a bigger monitor to do that.. :?:



It's the screen resolution he's asking about Phil , this is in your computer settings ie control panel , display
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I use 100%..that what you mean figgy..tried it smaller 75% and I had to scrunch me eyes up to read it..would like to use 125% but thats out of the question..would i need a bigger monitor to do that.. :?:



It's the screen resolution he's asking about Phil , this is in your computer settings ie control panel , display


Dont know what that is then...sorry..
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Which version of Windows are you using?


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Which version of Windows are you using?



On my laptopamabob..IE 9 and XP and downstairs windows XP with IE8 I think..


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Click Start Button
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Click Display
Click the Settings tab
You should see a slider. What numbers is the pointer at?


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Im on XP
Mine are at 1152 x 864

Does it need changing?
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Wow xp now ur going back :)

I dont have this problem. But running win7 cant remember res off top of my head. Think its equivilent to 1080p tvs however I dont have Firefox full screen. Like to have plenty of desktop around it
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Wow xp now ur going back :)

I dont have this problem. But running win7 cant remember res off top of my head. Think its equivilent to 1080p tvs however I dont have Firefox full screen. Like to have plenty of desktop around it


Its whats on the laptopamabob when it was dug out of the attic for me..Its cost me nowt so I aint complaining..back button key is missing and I have to press on the button thats under that :lol: acer travel mate 2500 is old I'm guessing then but I aint fussed ..down loaded IE9on the lappy now it all over the bloomin place..lost my favorites column as well.. ](*,) I want XP back..
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1024x768 is what I got figgy..followed your instructions smart arse.. ;) Ta..


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That explains why you have to scroll sideways when a large image has been posted. The main part of the forum is a minimum of 980pixels wide, which will display fine on your monitor until someone posts a large image. Depending on your graphics card, you may be able to change it to 1280x1024, which will make everything smaller. you can then use the 125% setting to make text and icons bigger.

IE9 does not replace XP. It is an internet browser, and would have replaced whichever version of IE was previously installed (possibly IE7) If IE9 was installed correctly, your favorites would have been imported from the earlier version.

To show favorites, right click on the blue bar at the top of the IE9 window (just below the address bar) and click on "Menu Bar". On the new menu that appears you'll find a llink for favorites.


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Im on XP
Mine are at 1152 x 864

Does it need changing?




No harm in experimenting with any other settings available to you. If you don't like how it looks, just change it back.


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Ive noticed recently I have to click submit 2 times to make the post work. :smt017


Any idea on this cause this is what the thread about?
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Ive noticed recently I have to click submit 2 times to make the post work. :smt017


Any idea on this cause this is what the thread about?




No, sorry, never heard of that one, and it seems you're the only one with the problem which makes it harder to solve.


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Welshy_Pete wrote:
Ive noticed recently I have to click submit 2 times to make the post work. :smt017


Any idea on this cause this is what the thread about?




No, sorry, never heard of that one, and it seems you're the only one with the problem which makes it harder to solve.


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