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[*] Post 322226 posted on 22-2-2008 at 20:58 Reply With Quote
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In windows XP using 1024x768 resolution the screen will suddenly go larger cutting off approx half an inch from the right hand side of the screen ie clock and page rezizer from top right corner. The only way I can find to get back to the correct screen size is to shut down and reboot.
Any better suggestions,I am using FireFox if that makes any difference ?
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[*] Post 322237 posted on 22-2-2008 at 22:07 Reply With Quote


Is this only in Firefox, or does it affect everything...?

Anyway, I play this hunch, to get started...

I'd guess you're using a TFT/LCD Monitor...? If so, you should have some buttons on the frame of the actual screen, to access the Menu's... In there somewhere you will (should) have an "Auto-Adjust" (etc) option... Try that option, and everything should be adjusted so it gets centred again...

One of my TFT's is a pain for this.
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[*] Post 322276 posted on 23-2-2008 at 01:41 Reply With Quote


SNap - I concur with Daz's hunch.
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