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Does anybody else have half their screen used up by the photo caption
contest, or am I just totally computer illiterate?

Arg.

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Broussard said:
Does anybody else have half their screen used up by the photo caption
contest, or am I just totally computer illiterate?

Arg.

ZB
Not more than any other photo posted.

If a photo is too big right-click on it and select zoom-out. Internet Explorer will redo the page layout.
 

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happened a lot yesterday but not today.
Also some of the ads took up half the screen.
I thought it was just pushing more advertising?
 

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Here you go

*rt* said:
i don't have a 'zoom-out' option when i right click on the pic.

rt
Ooops, I overlooked that. I've had it so long it's second nature. Microsoft provided IE accessories for IE 5.x. They still work for IE 6.x. Microsoft Link

Download and install. I really like the zoom feature, when a post has wide pictures that cause the text to spread horizontally I zoom out and don't have to scroll left-right-left-right to read the text.
 

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pacman said:
Ooops, I overlooked that. I've had it so long it's second nature. Microsoft provided IE accessories for IE 5.x. They still work for IE 6.x. Microsoft Link

Download and install. I really like the zoom feature, when a post has wide pictures that cause the text to spread horizontally I zoom out and don't have to scroll left-right-left-right to read the text.
don't have administrative rights to my computer so no downloading anything. oh well. at least i've still got half the screen. ;)

rt
 

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Weird, the problem is fixed for me.

Anyway, I emailed Gregg about it first thing this morning so I'd guess the MTBR tech guys are on it.
 

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*rt* said:
don't have administrative rights to my computer so no downloading anything. oh well. at least i've still got half the screen. ;)

rt
Ask your administrator, it's a Microsoft tool (seal of approval, etc.)
 

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refresh and hold the <control> key down at the same time. This will reload a fresh page with no cached data.
 
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