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   Posted 10/3/2007 3:47 PM (GMT -6)   
AnnieRae here, I was just wondering if anyone else was having a problem reading the right side of their threads on their computers?
I cannot ready the whole post over on the right side.  It's like the resizing is off and I tried to resize in the view area and it didn't work.  Just wondering if anyone else was having this problem.
I have sent an email to Lynnwood to see if there are problems with the site or if it's just me and my computer.  I haven't been on in a couple of days and didn't know if they might be working on it.  Thanks anyone who wants to reply. 
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   Posted 10/3/2007 3:59 PM (GMT -6)   
Sometimes a particular post will make the screen very wide. This happens when there is a really long line without any spaces -- usually only occurs when someone is trying to post a long website link.

I know it's VERY WIDE right now in the lupus topic "do the drugs make sle worse" -- I keep looking for the bad line so I can fix it, but I'm not finding it.

If it's doing the VERY WIDE thing for you in other places, try taking the mouse and click on the very top line of your browser - hold the mouse down and move the window left. You should be able to keep moving the window left until you can see the right side of the window to resize it.

If you still have problems, let me know. I'll look again in that one thread & see if I can find the problem. (Forget that, I just found the problem and fixed that one bug.)

Lynnwood, Co-Moderator: Lupus Forum
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