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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 11-17-2015, 10:38 PM Thread Starter
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issues with forum displaying correctly

when im in the mofiication section of the raptor 700 area i have issues trying to view correctly. all the threads/topics are really small on the left side of the screen, and then has a huge replies section. this is doing this on a desktop at work, and a laptop at home. running windows 7 at work, and 10 at home
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 11-18-2015, 02:59 AM
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Is the page expanded? Try collapsing the page.

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what do you mean by expanded? like if the window that im browsing from on my pc is maximized, or as big as itll go? ive tried maximizing the window, and making the window little as well

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I don't know the technical term for it, but, like when you maximize or minimize a picture.

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the middle button next to the big red x at top? yes ive tried that both ways. lol. when the forum does what i showed a picture of, its like the page is zoomed in 300% the banner that says raptor forum at top is huge, and everything is then offset. it will start to load correctly if i click refresh, but when its done processing itll flash and do what i showed above

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Might be your browser not responding to your commands. What are you using?

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Have you tried 'control minus' "ctrl -" to decrease the size?

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Might be your browser not responding to your commands. What are you using?

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at work were using a older version of internet explorer.
on another note, the page seems to be working better on my laptop at home now

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Have you tried 'control minus' "ctrl -" to decrease the size?
didn't know that trick. ill try that when I'm at work this weekend

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didn't know that trick. ill try that when I'm at work this weekend


I agree, there's no sense in doing work at work, haha, lol, etc.

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the ctrl - trick doesnt work on the work computer. the banner at the top stays huge, then all the threads get smaller and smaller and dont expand across the screen like normal.

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