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Old 05-16-2011, 11:28 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Strange how it worked before for me at home and I haven't adjusted my resolution since the day I brought this computer home. I must have clicked on the link wrong somehow. The link that I've clicked on literally thousands of times before. Yes, that's it. I must be doing something wrong. *cough cough* Again I say... Whutevah. I probably shouldn't have even brought it up. I just noticed it and had time on my hands. Just one more broken Warrior... typical.
Another way for this to screw up is:

Since some of us are getting a bit older and loosing their eye sight, some might tend to use the zoom feature in your browser to be able to read the web instead of grabbing your prescription glasses.

Any setting in the zoom features above 100% will break that pic also. This all depends on the resolution of you PC. Best bet is to set the zoom to 100% and test it from there.

In IE you can use the key combo "CTRL +" and "CTRL -" to zoom in and out. You can also use the "CTRL" key and mouse wheel to do the same.

Mozilla users... figure it out by yourselves. (should be the same)

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Old 05-17-2011, 05:53 AM   #22 (permalink)
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You are a whizz Siradude, never knew of that trick and yes it does break up the bike...
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Old 05-17-2011, 08:55 AM   #23 (permalink)
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Another way for this to screw up is:

Since some of us are getting a bit older and loosing their eye sight, some might tend to use the zoom feature in your browser to be able to read the web instead of grabbing your prescription glasses....
Seems I just waved my hand over the display and the bike is mysteriously back together. I waved it the other way and the bike is chopped again. Ain't that something.

Who you calling old fella? BTW, I have it zoomed a bit even while wearing my trifocals.
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