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Old 01-07-2012, 02:56 PM   #1
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It opens to the right and I have to hit the 'double' window for it to straighten out the page. I can't even get the page to open so I can view the 'wrench.' I hope this post is in the right section, if not, please move. Thanks.
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Old 04-14-2016, 10:04 AM   #3
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Hello everyone...my first post and the reason why I'm here...I'm bumping this post because I have same problem...unfortunately looks like this post had no answer and I'm still looking for a solution!
I'm running Win 10 and Chrome latest browser ( which I prefer)
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Still me...asking same question....I tried to ask directly the OP but I only have one post and the rule says I have to have 3 posts before can befriend anyone...so this post is in lieu of a bump!
P.S. I was going to introduce myself but that htread is closed so I'll do it here
69 year old male, retired but busier than ever selling books online, been living in Spokane since I arrived in USA in 1966, worked various jobs but main job was Wonder Bread for 31 years...I have a couple years of college but family needs prevented degree...love BOOKS, Movies, anything that stimulates brains ( although I'm deteriorating rapidly , down to the last few brain cells ) Used to play a mean game of Ping Pong/Tennis/Wiffle Ball etc...heck gimme a racquet and I'll even play badminton! :-)
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Hi Mauro.....so am I to guess you are a '46 vintage?? I'm a few years behind you......:Laugh:

Copy the last paragraph of your previous post and paste it in a new thread in introductions. Make sure you create a new thread.

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Oh.....and another post makes 3 so far. We all started with 1 post......
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From your pic I gather you're a big fan of Braveheart...either that or you're an actual Scottish warrior!!
At any rate, thanks for the heads-up!
Will this be my 3rd post!?
I'll follow your link but I thought that thread was closed...I'm still feeling my way 'round here!!
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That's not a thread.....it's an entire sub-forum. "New Thread" button is near the top of the page on the left side.

Yep.....you're at #3 so far.....

I can somewhat relate to Stephen the Irishman......kinda crazy but dead serious. My family has been traced to Scotland but long ago......they first arrived here in the US in 1640.
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Hi Mauro,

This thread is very old now and the OP hasn't logged in since
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Added to that, Wally246 didn't make a very good job of explaining his issue. Perhaps you could explain it better?

If you wouldn't mind, could you please create a new thread in Other Browsers thats this sub forum where we are now. Please explain in your own words what is happening, whether it also happens in other browsers and any steps you may have taken yourself to attempt to rectify the issue.

A screenshot might be good too.

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Hello Dave...just read your instructions, very easy to follow, first time ever I used the P-Screen button , didn't even know what it was...at any rate I got the shot of the screen , I did twice to make sure it was representative of what's happening...this is a minor annoyance and it can be remedied right away by using the maximize choice and the browser adjusts itself, still it is an extra step that I find annoying , the browser should open correctly the first time!
As you may have gathered I'm a newbie in this forum and I'll need instructions on how to upload the screenshot I took...also I hope I'm in the right thread this time! :-)
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