Changing my password on your website

  douglas1973 15:01 15 Oct 2008

How do I change my password on your website?
By the way, words to the left of your search box are superimposed. They have been for a very long time.

  rawprawn 15:10 15 Oct 2008

Clicl on "My Profile" Top right to change your passwoed.
Not sure what you mean "Superimposed"

  douglas1973 15:33 15 Oct 2008

Thanks rawprawn. The words "FREE book ...." partly covers the word SEARCH to the left of the search box. Curiously this only happens after I have logged in.
Yes, I suspected that the way you have suggested to change my password was the way to do it but I don't think it is very obvious for the silver surfers like me!

  birdface 15:43 15 Oct 2008

Free book is underneath the search bar.

  rawprawn 16:16 15 Oct 2008

Depending on your graphics "Free Book" partially covers the Search Bar, it does on mine. I did complain numerous times when they changed the layout, but nothing happened.(I was OK until then)
I think it is a graphics fault on individual computers that causes the problem not anything PC Advisor can do about it.
douglas1973 if thats a clue then you are no where near as "Silver" as me;))

  Forum Editor 16:19 15 Oct 2008

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  [email protected] 16:24 15 Oct 2008

To those with trouble with the words overlapping by the search bar, have you got the font size set to normal in your browser?

  douglas1973 16:34 15 Oct 2008

Forum Editor: My apologies for not submitting this problem in the correct manner.

Others:I find it difficult to believe that this fault is something to do with my computer/monitor settings. I can't recall having seen a similar probem in all the sites that I have visited which must run into the thousands.

  rawprawn 16:38 15 Oct 2008

Hi [email protected], yes all is normal. I run Text at Medium and IE at 97% but I have tried it at different sizes without any improvement

  rawprawn 16:40 15 Oct 2008

I have just changed the text size to "Smaller" and that solves the problem, although it is not as easy to read for me.

  rawprawn 17:44 15 Oct 2008

Thank you for your input, I am now sorted. I am running IE at 100% and Text at Smaller.
I think I can handle that OK.
The only comment is that as I type this the text is (seems) smaller than that which has already been posted.

douglas1973 sorry I had no intention of Hi Jacking your thread.

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