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SCREEN DIMENSIONS #1240981 02/09/07
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Hi Guys:

If you're having trouble with the screen and having to scroll back and forth, I suggest you set your monitor to 800x600 resolution, as that is quickly becoming the new minimum standard.

START > SETTINGS > CONTROL PANEL > DISPLAY > SETTINGS 800x600.

That should help.

Rick


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Re: SCREEN DIMENSIONS [Re: RickBin] #1413039 05/04/07
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That's where mine is set and I still have the scrolling right and left problem.......could you move or eliminate the right column and would that help???


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Re: SCREEN DIMENSIONS [Re: RickBin] #1418025 05/06/07
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Newer monitors, like mine, have 800x600 as a minimum. I have mine set higher than that to accommodate Photoshop.

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Re: SCREEN DIMENSIONS [Re: Rock Chuck] #2007777 02/10/08
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1920x1200 here ... wide screen laptop ... it's awesome, +P


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Re: SCREEN DIMENSIONS [Re: RickBin] #2616332 12/03/08
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hey rick,

i'm pretty ignorant when it comes to settings changes and such... i followed your directions, and changed my settings from 1024x768 to 800x600... the problem got much worse....
i went the other direction and i'm currently at 1280x1024...
it eliminated the problem on the post that i was having trouble with... barely....

for several months there were no problems as the pics were in a window that had a scroll in it... i liked that really well... it let guys post their big pics, and did not skew the whole thread...
i'm not sure when or why that changed... here's to hoping that you can recreate that effect... regards.... john w


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Re: SCREEN DIMENSIONS [Re: johnw] #2616601 12/03/08
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hey rick,

at the 1280x1024 settings this thread is still seriously warped... mule deer and a model 70 fwt


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Re: SCREEN DIMENSIONS [Re: RickBin] #5457090 07/25/11
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Try the Ctrl and a + or a - key, and things might scale up or down to a suitable size.


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Re: SCREEN DIMENSIONS [Re: GonHuntin] #9101384 08/15/14
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Originally Posted by GonHuntin
That's where mine is set and I still have the scrolling right and left problem.......could you move or eliminate the right column and would that help???
Suddenly having the same problem with certain threads today.


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Re: SCREEN DIMENSIONS [Re: RickBin] #10718453 11/21/15
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Johnw, your advice eliminated the problem for me.. Many thanks..


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Re: SCREEN DIMENSIONS [Re: RickBin] #12755794 03/29/18
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I’m having this problem on my iPhone. Anyone know of a fix?


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Re: SCREEN DIMENSIONS [Re: RickBin] #12881025 05/25/18
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Hwy Rick,
Suddenly the campfire opens to a half screen. the other half is taken up by a advertisement for "Seek Outside". As I'm writing this I have a block about 2 inches wide to fit it in.
Now it's for Olive oil.
Now Meopro.
Crap!!!
I'm nor real damn happy with this


















Re: SCREEN DIMENSIONS [Re: cdb] #12881073 05/25/18
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No help here, It appears the advertisements have taken control


















Re: SCREEN DIMENSIONS [Re: RickBin] #12881083 05/25/18
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getting worse now 20% to 25 %
is taken up by Murdoch'w ranch and home supply


















Re: SCREEN DIMENSIONS [Re: RickBin] #13416281 01/03/19
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Changing settings didn't help on my laptop. This is really annoying. Threads are 1/3 of my laptop.



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