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What browser/OS are you using and what resolution is your monitor?

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Admin;1470314

What browser/OS are you using and what resolution is your monitor?


Windows XP Home, IE7, 1280x1024. I also have my Display DPI setting set to: "Large size (120DPI)" which I suspect may be the issue - though of course the website should be able to handle that.

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fine for me on 1280x1024 (firefox). IE is useless. try firefox.

Try dialing down your DPI stompa. It does handle that in the sense it doesn't break but one of the downsides to increasing your DPI is you can expand the formatting of some display code.

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or hold down your CTRL button whilst moving the scrollmouse up when viewing HDUK

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Admin;1470463

Try dialing down your DPI stompa. It does handle that in the sense it … Try dialing down your DPI stompa. It does handle that in the sense it doesn't break but one of the downsides to increasing your DPI is you can expand the formatting of some display code.


Yes, I realise that would probably resolve the problem. However, I much prefer 120dpi - and for 99.9% of websites it doesn't present a problem.

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csiman;1470493

or hold down your CTRL button whilst moving the scrollmouse up when … or hold down your CTRL button whilst moving the scrollmouse up when viewing HDUK


That won't work, it just scales down the entire page including the overlapping.

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Stompa;1470669

That won't work, it just scales down the entire page including the … That won't work, it just scales down the entire page including the overlapping.


works fine for me - overlaps when I increase size and formats the page perfectly when reducing size. Best bet is to get a decent browser. IE is so 20th century.

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There's probably a reason for it, but I don't understand why the tabs aren't left aligned after the 'Submit!' tab. The space to the immediate right of 'Submit!' appears to be wasted - or perhaps there are occasions when that space is used for something?

csiman;1470457

fine for me on 1280x1024 (firefox). IE is useless. try firefox.



Ive got similar problems but also use 1280x1024 and Firefox! Also search bar obliterates last item on bottom of page.

All started only a few days ago.
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