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2008-11-11 19:12:54
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I like the new look of the forum here but it shows a bit "distorted" on my lappy (1920x1200 res):



Any ideas?
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2008-11-11 19:46:57

I like the new look of the forum here but it shows a bit "distorted" on my lappy (1920x1200 res):

Any ideas?


no problem @ that res over here - i'm running her @120dpi. which setup do you use?
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2008-11-11 19:52:23

I like the new look of the forum here but it shows a bit "distorted" on my lappy (1920x1200 res):

Any ideas?


no problem @ that res over here - i'm running her @120dpi. which setup do you use?

Exactly the same dpi.

Maybe a FF3 problem?
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2008-11-11 20:05:15

I like the new look of the forum here but it shows a bit "distorted" on my lappy (1920x1200 res):

Any ideas?


no problem @ that res over here - i'm running her @120dpi. which setup do you use?

Exactly the same dpi.

Maybe a FF3 problem?


ff3 over here 2 - strange - - - - win? you are using large fonts?
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2008-11-11 20:06:49

Try hitting CTRL-0.

And if that works, buy glasses or contacts
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2008-11-11 20:08:43

Try hitting CTRL-0.

And if that works, buy glasses or contacts


nagnag.. make me feeling like a molea
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2008-11-11 20:28:14

I like the new look of the forum here but it shows a bit "distorted" on my lappy (1920x1200 res):

Any ideas?


no problem @ that res over here - i'm running her @120dpi. which setup do you use?

Exactly the same dpi.

Maybe a FF3 problem?


ff3 over here 2 - strange - - - - win? you are using large fonts?


No large fonts here.
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2008-11-11 20:39:28

No large fonts here.


Well, you can say that, but the font in your image is clearly larger than what it's supposed to be. I compared it with IE, FF and Chrome on my workstation and laptop and all have a (default) smaller font.
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2008-11-11 20:41:14

No large fonts here.


hmm - let me check something..


and stop doin' the timewarp-quote.
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2008-11-11 20:56:20
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No large fonts here.


Well, you can say that, but the font in your image is clearly larger than what it's supposed to be. I compared it with IE, FF and Chrome on my workstation and laptop and all have a (default) smaller font.


Well, I am using 120 dpi but normal font size.
Btw, I've been playing around with font sizes in FF now and the effect is still the same: the lines go through the text.


EDIT @Frank: what's the timewarp-quote?
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2008-11-11 22:45:51

[Well, I am using 120 dpi but normal font size.
Btw, I've been playing around with font sizes in FF now and the effect is still the same: the lines go through the text.


tried several resolutions with different setups and had no problems on XP32 and vista64 - strange thing- does IE (sorry) have the same rendering problems?

sorry - late - because i had one of my daughters on the phone...




@Frank: what's the timewarp-quote?


nested qoutes showing as up as frames and reminding me of - - - "the time tunnel" suckin me in

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2008-11-12 18:09:00

tried several resolutions with different setups and had no problems on XP32 and vista64 - strange thing- does IE (sorry) have the same rendering problems?


IE does look much better (sorry... *cough cough*).
The lines are perfectly under the text and furthermore there are no "round edges":



I really don't know why my FF3 makes it look so ugly.
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