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I'm having problems when I post my messages. The bar on the right side of the screen covers where I am typing, so I can't see if I am spelling things correctly! This is frustrating for me, since there is no spell check and I prefer to spell correctly when I can. Does anyone else have problems with this? I know the ads need to be here, but do they have to cover the typing area? :huh:

Scott if you can help with this, please do. I have been typing a lot of my messages in other programs and then cutting and pasting. It take a lot more of my time this way!

Mariann :(

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The ads don't cover the posting area for me, but when I have the window in a normal mode, all the text in the posts are crunched together. Therefore, I've been maximizing the window so I can see everything better--the way I used to :). It was fine with ads on the left, since those just continue down the column that's already taken up with links to sections on the site. It's the new ads on the right from google that crunch it in. No problems like yours...but just the width of the posts is much smaller.....

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Yeah mine is like celiac3270s. I can see everything fine it is a little crunched with the new ads on the right though.

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Mine is also the same as celiac3270's and Kaiti's.....

Maybe your screen needs to be reformatted in some way..... Just guessing, I know very little about computers!!!!!

Karen

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I have no problem with mine, assuming that the window is large enough. It looks like the site is designed for 1024x768 (well, really a little small, but definitely larger than 800x600), so if your resolution is set too small, that may be part of the problem. When this happens to you, is there a scroll bar at the bottom of your internet browser window that will allow you to scroll to the right (in the window)? If so, and your browser window is maximized, it's a screen resolution problem.

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Thanks guys. Now that I resized it to 1024x768 I'm going to need magnifying glasses to read the posts! :rolleyes: Even with my glasses on! It is so darn small. So now I can see the whole screen and the ad doesn't cover it, but I can hardly read the words! :blink:

God bless,

Mariann

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