words on top of each other ?

  Magik™ 22:33 18 May 2003
Locked

hi..the above is the only way i could put it, the OS is XP the screen is set to,"makers setting" 1280x1024 very often when i click on a web page the print is on top of each other, imagine if the type was on clear film, and you put another sheet of clear film with type on it, then laid it on top,that is what it looks like.any ideas? thanks

  VoG™ 22:34 18 May 2003

Is this in Internet Explorer, Magik™, or another browser?

  Magik™ 22:40 18 May 2003

hi VOG IE6

ZEB

  DieSse 22:44 18 May 2003

In IE - go to Tools - Text size - if it's not set to Medium, do so. Some web page designers are not so hot, and fail to account for changes in this setting - result, overlapping text.

  VoG™ 22:47 18 May 2003

I know exactly what you mean because I get this in Opera but never in IE!

You could try a repair (when I posted it earlier it went pear shaped so I'll do it twice).

click here

or http: // help.att.net/docs/howto/other/win/how_ie5_w95-3x_repair-tool.htm?np=1&area=customer_browser&customercontent=customer_browser&platform=none

and remove the spaces before and afrer //

  Magik™ 22:55 18 May 2003

I have it set to large, because it is easier for me to read, i will put it down one and see what happens..

VoG™ i keep getting page unavailable :-((

  Magik™ 23:00 18 May 2003

my fault, forgot to take out the spaces, i will try again

  Magik™ 23:20 18 May 2003

thanks guys, i have done both, wrong i know, but i will see how i get on.

thanks again...

This thread is now locked and can not be replied to.

Elsewhere on IDG sites

OnePlus 5 review

Alice Saey's mesmerising animation for Dutch singer Mark Lotterman

iPad Pro 10.5in (2017) review

Comment booster votre iPhone ?