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OK,
My wife uses IE9 and I use Google Chrome. We both use Yahoo.com as our home page. Until just a few days ago our pages displayed the same; but now my wife's page has changed to where she had SO much info on it that it is hard to navigate and the way the Topic's list is exaggerated compared to the way it use to be. Now, Google is still showing Yahoo.com the same as before, no changes. I have set IE9 back to defaults and tried to see if there were any settings in Yahoo.com to reset this; but to no avail. I have included two pic's of the differences of Yahoo.com. Anyone know what I am referring to?

Thanks :)

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Looking at your images, I'm not sure what you are referring to. :confused:

On my computer, both IE8 and Firefox are showing exactly the same Yahoo page.
 

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Hey Phantom010,

On my Google yahoo the fonts are smaller and the sub-topics are one line. My wife's IE9 has a larger font now and all of the sub-topics are expanded and it takes for ever to scroll to the bottom of her page. I have not figured out how to correct this:(
 

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I don't know what to say. :(

Go through your IE9 settings.
 

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Is Yahoo the same when running IE9 without add-ons?

Ever tried Compatibility View?
 

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Yes, have tried all of that to no avail. So, in the mean time I have changed her homepage to Aol.com which she likes.
 
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