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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Darcain, Jul 14, 2006.

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  1. Darcain

    Darcain Thread Starter

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    I am not sure what is wrong here, but I am having trouble with text on the internet. It is showing up very small, and I can barely read it. Not all text mind, just most. On ever site I go to. Like right now, I am looking at this forum, and the majority of the text seems like the appropriate size. But where it says "welcome darcain, last visit: one minute ago" up in the top righthand corner, is so tiny I have to get real close to see it. Some sites have more of the text tiny then others. But I know it is a problem with my computer, not the websites.

    I have tried changing the resolution on my computer, as well as the internet options, and display options, but I just cant find the solution to get the fonts at the right size. Anyone have any idea what I can do to fix this problem?
     
  2. ozrom1e

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    Well with out knowing what browser you are using if it is Firefox hold down the Ctrl key and roll the scroll wheel and one way the text gets smaller and the other way it gets bigger - works with other browsers but not as good as with Firefox.
     
  3. Darcain

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    I use both Internet Explorer, and AOL, and the text shows up small in both. The ctrl button doesnt seem to be working for either one. It happened all of a sudden...so I must have done something to cause it, I just dont know what.
     
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