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Post width problem
Wed 23-Sep-09
4:08 pm
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Ruthdigs
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Hiya
When reading the posts on this forum I'm finding that the very edge of the right hand side is sometimes being cut off. I can't see any sliders to indicate this is intentional - is anyone else getting this?

Wed 23-Sep-09
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Danny
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Hi Ruth,
Thanks for pointing that out. I have only now noticed it myself. It was not happening this morning so I guess some tweaks that I did have caused it. I might try widening the forum space a little and see if that fixes it.

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Wed 23-Sep-09
10:15 pm
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Danny
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It seems to be OK now for me and I didn't change anything.
I know that the browser you use can sometimes make a difference. Bits of the Admin panel behind the scenes do not work in Internet Explorer 8 but are fine in Firefox, Opera and Safari.
If it is still happening, Ruth, please say which brower you are using..

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Thu 24-Sep-09
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Ruthdigs
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Using IE - still happening to me but it doesn't actually cut whole words out so I can live with it, no worries.

Thu 24-Sep-09
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Danny
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Yes, I can see that it chops off half of the rightmost character on most full lines of text in IE7. We may have to live with that.

Aha! When logged in as Admin I do get the Edit button but not when logged in as a Member.

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Sun 11-Oct-09
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mutley
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Ive lost mine as well and miss some text Confused

Sun 11-Oct-09
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Moral of story - use FirefoxCool

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Thu 18-Feb-10
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mutley
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Did try that but still did it, and looks to stressfull as i am used to explore and like xp

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