RE: [WSG] Icon and Aura

2003-10-21 Thread Miles Tillinger
not to bad considering! Nice one -Original Message- From: Ben Bishop [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, 22 October 2003 2:38 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [WSG] Icon and Aura Can't quite replicate the hover state, but:

RE: [WSG] Icon and Aura

2003-10-21 Thread Miles Tillinger
cmon you webstandards ppl! acronym title=Pain in the ArsePITA/acronym I had to go look it up myself :'( -Original Message- From: scott parsons [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, 22 October 2003 2:56 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [WSG] Icon and Aura um, lindsay

[WSG] Browser test suite

2003-10-28 Thread Miles Tillinger
What kind of setup do ppl here use for browser testing? I'm setting up a PC with Virtual PC and multiple OS's, but I'm wondering things like: how many installs of each OS needed to test various version of IE for example, does IE6 on Win2k have different issues to IE6 on any other Win OS

[WSG] Image float and text wrap

2003-11-12 Thread Miles Tillinger
I want to have an image with text on the right, but when the text goes beyond the bottom of the image I don't want it wrap, but rather to keep the consistent margin: - | | | | | | | | | | Regards, Miles

[WSG] Re: Image float and text wrap

2003-11-12 Thread Miles Tillinger
Oops, my fingers slipped onto the send shortcut... so, as I was saying: - text text text | | text text text | | text text text | | text text text | image| text text text | | text text text | | text text text |

RE: [WSG] Re: Image float and text wrap

2003-11-12 Thread Miles Tillinger
Miles : Put your text in in a block set its margin-left to x pixels (.eg 170) should be wider than the image (.eg 160).. The margin will run from the left of the containing block. This will work for fixed width images. Cheers James Miles Tillinger wrote: Oops, my fingers slipped onto

RE: [WSG] RE: Image float and text wrap

2003-11-12 Thread Miles Tillinger
: Irapuan Martinez [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, November 13, 2003 11:35 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [WSG] RE: Image float and text wrap At 11:09 13/11/2003 +1030, Miles Tillinger wrote: The reason I wanted to do it was because the image and the text both linked to the same URL

RE: [WSG] Re: html encryption tool

2003-11-13 Thread Miles Tillinger
Actually, its even BETTER than that! Its a 'feature': http://www.mtopsoft.com/ Dec 28, 2003, Encrypt HTML Pro V2.1 Released: Encrypt and protect your web source code, including HTML source code, JavaScript, VBScript, text, links and graphics, from being viewed and reused by others. .. Disable

RE: [WSG] Re: html encryption tool

2003-11-13 Thread Miles Tillinger
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, November 14, 2003 9:30 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [WSG] Re: html encryption tool You're joking aren't you? Couldn't find that reference on their site Miles Tillinger wrote: .. Disable opera users

RE: [WSG] Preparing for DOCTYPE

2003-11-13 Thread Miles Tillinger
The live version is www.edna.edu.au, but this currently has no DOCTYPE. However I am testing different DOCTYPEs internally on a version of the site templates that have had a lot of issues fixed. I have been instructed to apply as many Priority 1 and 2 accessibility requirements as possible,

RE: [WSG] Preparing for DOCTYPE

2003-11-13 Thread Miles Tillinger
One of the problems that is really annoying is the font-size. With a DOCTYPE the text shrinks to an unreadable size. From looking around at other good examples of accessible sites it seems that some use em's, and some use a mixture of px and % values. The current css for the site is a

RE: [WSG] IE whitespace issues

2003-11-18 Thread Miles Tillinger
From an earlier post ('[WSG] relative positioning of nested lists') that sounds similar problem: The extra linebreak vanishes if you specify padding-bottom or border-bottom. HTH. -Original Message- From: James Ellis [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, November 19, 2003 2:42 PM

RE: [WSG] A Little CSS Help

2003-12-03 Thread Miles Tillinger
more here... http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-CSS2/fonts.html#generic-font-families -Original Message-From: Chris Stratford [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]Sent: Wednesday, December 03, 2003 5:28 PMTo: [EMAIL PROTECTED]Subject: [WSG] A Little CSS Help Hey Everyone! Well I

RE: [WSG] Re: px em pt ???

2003-12-09 Thread Miles Tillinger
I definitely agree that relative sized fonts provide a more accessible design but I wonder about how sight-impaired users themselves use the web and their PC's in general? For instance, my grandfather has coke-bottle-thickness glasses and as such uses a 19 monitor in 800x600 resolution, which

RE: [WSG] Re: px em pt ???

2003-12-09 Thread Miles Tillinger
touché Mark ;) It is a problem that Windows buries its accessibility options so deep. I think it would be better that he could walk into a net cafe and be able to easily changes the OS font-size. However since this isn't the case, the ability to change it in the browser IS the next best

RE: [WSG] OT: Opening documents in _blank window

2003-12-11 Thread Miles Tillinger
browsers generally behave better with attachments/mime-types in general. Miles Tillinger wrote: Just a question about how other developers handle opening documents e.g. PDF, DOC, in a new window. At the moment I am using _blank targets. Scenario 1: User is using IE with Word configured to open

RE: [WSG] Fixed Width Design

2003-12-11 Thread Miles Tillinger
If I had a dollar for everytime that I had given some a www-less URL verbally and they've just entered www. blah out of habit, I'd be a millionaire! Ubergeek: Ok, enter the URL 'news.google.com' N00b: [enters www.news.google.com] Ubergeek: No, no no, no WWW! N00b: news.google.com, without

[WSG] Hiding LEGEND in Netscape 4

2003-12-14 Thread Miles Tillinger
I'm developing an accessible form template that uses fieldsets. I'm hiding the legend using display:none so it doesn't appear, which keeps the form accessible. Problem is that the legend still displays in Netscape 4, but I thought display:none was supported? e.g. legend

RE: [WSG] Hiding LEGEND in Netscape 4

2003-12-14 Thread Miles Tillinger
before you say it, yes, i did actually use a . in the declaration, e.g. legDefault { default: none; } -Original Message- From: Miles Tillinger Sent: Monday, December 15, 2003 12:42 PM To: Web Standards Group (E-mail) Subject: [WSG] Hiding LEGEND in Netscape 4 I'm developing

RE: [WSG] Hiding LEGEND in Netscape 4

2003-12-14 Thread Miles Tillinger
DOH, I did a fantastic job of writing this email! Let me try again: legend class=legDefaultTitle/legend legDefault { display: none; } This works fine in IE4+ and Mozilla flavours. But not NS4... -Original Message- From: russ weakley [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, December

RE: [WSG] Small bug

2004-01-05 Thread Miles Tillinger
Title: Small bug The confidentiality issue would be a problem for many ppl who want help on this list. But its a bit of an annoyance to strip all the identifying logo's and text from a design so I can safely post the URL to this list... -Original Message-From: Universal Head

RE: [WSG] Subject headings (was: ?)

2004-01-12 Thread Miles Tillinger
oh man, I'm such a luser! Good stuff though, at least now I understand why I get ignored a lot... mt. -Original Message- From: Ben Bishop [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, January 13, 2004 1:45 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [WSG] Subject headings (was: ?) Taco Fleur

RE: [WSG] big trouble...still!

2004-01-14 Thread Miles Tillinger
If the css is in a linked file, change the filename to prevent users getting the cached version. -Original Message- From: Chris Blown [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, January 15, 2004 1:34 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [WSG] big trouble...still! This may be a caching

[WSG] OT: damn I feel old

2004-01-18 Thread Miles Tillinger
There is really no other way of finding this out other than posting to the list, so here goes some OT goodness: A couple of 'youngsters' posted today, one 17 (from Plone.org) and one 16, both must be pretty competent web designers from the links they've posted, especially Plone, i love what

RE: [WSG] OT: damn I feel old

2004-01-18 Thread Miles Tillinger
Hi Gary, Actually that would've been a much better way to ask the question without actually asking an OT subject... e.g. Please check out this CSS layout at http://blah.com, and while ur there why not submit your age... So much for my creative thinking! MT. -Original Message- From:

RE: [WSG] more usable forms

2004-01-22 Thread Miles Tillinger
My current job has a big responsibility to ensure Priority 1, 2 and in some cases 3 levels are satisfied. Accessible forms are especially cool coz you can click a label to give focus to its corresponding form element, just like a good GUI should ;) MT. -Original Message- From: Mark

RE: [WSG] Table style definition lists

2004-03-01 Thread Miles Tillinger
That's kinda risky though if the content is dynamic because one long line could break the layout. I try to avoid using nowrap's or non-breaking spaces wherever possible. Just my $0.02... MT -Original Message- From: James Ellis [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 2004

RE: [WSG] Nicely styled Hx tags

2004-03-02 Thread Miles Tillinger
For the ultimate in accessibility, all websites should include a 1800-human-screen-reader option... -Original Message-From: Universal Head [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]Sent: Wednesday, March 03, 2004 3:26 PMTo: [EMAIL PROTECTED]Subject: Re: [WSG] Nicely styled Hx tags The

RE: [WSG] SimpleBits ripped - is this for real?

2004-03-04 Thread Miles Tillinger
yeah that is just ridiculously blatant and so comical with his copyright notices at the bottom! No 'permission given' information anywhere, be it the About page or at least some commenting in the HTML or CSS! I can accept that sometimes designers see a CSS layout that they want to base their

RE: [WSG] New CSS site

2004-03-11 Thread Miles Tillinger
Nice one yetagain Peter! All of your recent sites have been a pleasure to look at and the simple yet beautiful designs are the perfect partner for table-less layouts... Miles. -Original Message-From: Universal Head [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]Sent: Friday, March 12, 2004 11:20

[WSG] [OT] Outlook error: Can't open this item. Your Digital ID name ... etc

2004-03-29 Thread Miles Tillinger
Firstly, apologies for the OT repost and I'm not even sure if anyone else worries about this, but... First list member I started having the problem with was Mark Stanton back in January, now James Silva and Gary Greer as well (and another one-off from Dominique something or other). I'm using

[WSG] best method for columns inside a column

2004-03-29 Thread Miles Tillinger
Finally a chance for my first attempt at a 100% CSS positioning site and besides using the deprecated align parameter for an input:image, the site validates ok! http://streetdaddy.gotdns.com/astute/index.html http://streetdaddy.gotdns.com/astute/main.css

RE: [WSG] New site - looking for feedback

2004-03-29 Thread Miles Tillinger
Very nice indeed James, thanks for passing me the links otherwise I would've missed out on seeing it... The first word bold, second word normal thing seems to be gaining momentum amongst the various CSS sites I've seen lately, understandably as it is a nice effect for titles. The first thing I

RE: [WSG] best method for columns inside a column

2004-03-30 Thread Miles Tillinger
On Tuesday, March 30, 2004, at 03:57 PM, Miles Tillinger wrote: I've managed to get it basically perfect in IE6, but there is small 2-3 pixel discrepancy in Mozilla and Opera (haven't had a chance to check on Safari yet *shudder*) down the left side of the right column. I'm

RE: [WSG] best method for columns inside a column

2004-03-30 Thread Miles Tillinger
0792 fax: +612 9937 0546 [EMAIL PROTECTED] -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Miles Tillinger Sent: Tuesday, 30 March 2004 3:57 PM To: Web Standards Group (E-mail) Subject: [WSG] best method for columns inside a column Finally

[WSG] Browser testing across Windows OS's

2004-04-16 Thread Miles Tillinger
Hi all, I'm working on improving the site testing procedures here at work. I'm trying to gauge the need to test browsers on the different Windows (and other) OS's. I'm using the standalone IE's under Windows XP and I'm wondering if the IE5.5 standalone is behaving exactly the same as an

RE: [WSG] centering an element

2004-05-12 Thread Miles Tillinger
and then in finding the quirksmode url I found this! http://vmalek.murphy.cz/ Has anyone discovered any issues with this method? -Original Message- From: glenn [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, May 13, 2004 11:35 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [WSG] centering an element

RE: [WSG] centering an element

2004-05-12 Thread Miles Tillinger
www.quirksmode.org/css/centering.html seems that you need to use a table if you want vertical alignment that is consistent across recent browsers. I haven't been able to do it without using a table either... HTH. -Original Message- From: glenn [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent:

RE: [WSG] Is a degree necessary?

2004-05-13 Thread Miles Tillinger
My short answer: A uni degree is more than just a piece of paper, its a statement that you were determined and dedicated enought to finish what you'd started. I dropped out in 3rd of 4 years and even though it hasn't affected me yet, I worry that I'll be wishing I had finished it when I apply

RE: [WSG] Is a degree necessary?

2004-05-13 Thread Miles Tillinger
Having the degree is one thing, but enjoying what you do is another thing completely. I don't think you'll find many ppl who are successful at what they do but totally hate doingit... If you get into an IT job before you finish then you'll havea headstart on everyone else. -Original

RE: [WSG] reply from ACA

2004-05-06 Thread Miles Tillinger
Seems like they glazed over when reading the accessibility information in your original email. This is all to familiar for me as there are ppl you can explain the benefits of standardsto 10x a day and they still forget what it all means by the next day... In most cases if it's a small site

RE: [WSG] Australian Communications Authority

2004-05-05 Thread Miles Tillinger
Three cheers for Web Standards evangelism! Kudos for making the effort to spread the gospel, but I don't know if I agree with the approach. Fair enough that you'd like to win the job, but the end of the email starts sounding like marketing spam. A political approach might be more effective

[WSG] Aligning two DIVs horizontally

2004-04-29 Thread Miles Tillinger
, however I'm sure there must be a simple way to align the two divs! Am I even close? Regards, Miles Tillinger Web Developer education.au limited 178 Fullarton Road Dulwich SA 5065 Ph. (08) 8334 3247 Fax. (08) 8334 3211 Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Please visit our websites: http://www.edna.edu.au

RE: [WSG] Aligning two DIVs horizontally

2004-04-29 Thread Miles Tillinger
] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Miles Tillinger Sent: Friday, 30 April 2004 11:24 AM To: Web Standards Group (E-mail) Subject: [WSG] Aligning two DIVs horizontally I thought this would be simple but it's making me feel a bit useless! I'm simply trying to align two DIVs horizontally

RE: [WSG] Aligning two DIVs horizontally

2004-04-29 Thread Miles Tillinger
Its now lined up ok and I increased the size of the submit image to fill the space. Looks ok in IE as well, until I stuff something else further down the page... Thanks Tim and Lachlan for the advice :) Miles. -Original Message- From: Lachlan Hardy [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent:

RE: [WSG] Org Charts

2004-04-29 Thread Miles Tillinger
that it's as inaccessible as flash anyway. Just thinking about it makes my brain hurt... Mt. -Original Message- From: Geoff Bowers [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, April 30, 2004 12:27 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [WSG] Org Charts Miles Tillinger wrote: How well does

[WSG] IE mystery whitespace

2004-04-29 Thread Miles Tillinger
I've found a few references to mystery whitespace in IE but they're all related to space above and below elements. I've got mystery whitespace on the left of an element. In exhibit A in IE, the image (blue border) has a 3px gap on the left between it and the paragraph (red border). Firefox has

[WSG] Mozilla and lack of URL wrapping

2004-05-23 Thread Miles Tillinger
IE6 wraps long URL's at spaces ( ), hyphens (-), question marks (?) and percent signs (%), whereas Mozilla doesn't wrap unbroken strings at all. In the crazy world of CMS's and unpredictable 'cowboy' content editors this can be a bit of a problem for multi-column portal sites. Is there any way

[WSG] Definition list formatting problem in IE

2004-05-26 Thread Miles Tillinger
Surprise! A formatting problem in IE... In IE5+ and Opera, the second dd, which contains the Category links, is jumping up and floating to the right of the first dd with the URL. It displays fine in Firefox and Netscape 7. html/css is at http://www.streetdaddy.com/wsg/index2.html Thanks in

RE: [WSG] Definition list formatting problem in IE

2004-05-27 Thread Miles Tillinger
Update! Added width: 50em; to dd and it stopped it from floating to the right. But now the dd wraps at a fixed width! I want it to go 100% but it won't play ball... Mt. -Original Message- From: Miles Tillinger Sent: Thursday, May 27, 2004 3:26 PM To: Web Standards Group (E-mail

RE: [WSG] Definition list formatting problem in IE

2004-05-27 Thread Miles Tillinger
? #apiresults dt { width: 8em; float: left; clear: left; margin: 0; padding: 0; font-weight: normal; } #apiresults dd { margin: 0; padding: 0; } Should be enough. Patrick -Original Message- From: Miles Tillinger

RE: [WSG] new to the list

2004-05-27 Thread Miles Tillinger
Because you've declared XHTML doctype for your page (see first line of your code) you need to use parameter=value pairs in all cases. So for valid XHTML you'd need option value=# selected=selectedSelect a page/option For more XHTML syntax rules see

RE: [WSG] www.seoed.com - Please review

2004-06-08 Thread Miles Tillinger
I think the design is great, very clean and easy to read. My only thought as far as standards go is that for the title 'SEOed.com' you could use: h1span class=oneSeo/spanspan class=oneed/spanspan class=one.com/span/h1 instead of an image and format the text with CSS, using some spans to

RE: [WSG] How to Make Your Web Site Work with Windows XP Service Pack 2

2004-06-09 Thread Miles Tillinger
Hi Neerav, Thanks for the link :) Very useful to know... Just another good reason to build accessible interfaces... I now know a few of my older sites will have problems due to SP2 but I wouldn't have realised if not for those checkpoints! Cheers, Mt. -Original Message- From:

RE: [WSG] What CMSs are Developers Using

2004-07-05 Thread Miles Tillinger
I'm using Jahia CMS at work (www.jahia.org), however commercial license is pricey. Jahia allows you to develop templates from scratch so the site and content can be as standard as you want to make it. The admin and content management interface would not be classed as standards-based or

RE: [WSG] Why do web developers user Firefox?

2004-07-28 Thread Miles Tillinger
That's not the first vulnerability to be found in Firefox and whilst it may be ammunition for IE-zealots it's nothing compared to all of the exploits that IE is vulnerable to... As Firefox gains popularity I don't doubt more holes will appear, but that's the price of fame! Mt. -Original

[WSG] 4-column layout

2004-07-29 Thread Miles Tillinger
Title: 4-column layout I've been able to find a few 4-column CSS layouts but they're all either 4x fixed divs or 4x fluid divs. Before I embark on my own voyage of discovery/pain, is there any examples that allow for a mixture of fluid and fixed divs? I've thought a bit about it and I'm

[WSG] Unordered list as Path won't wrap

2004-12-22 Thread Miles Tillinger
Hi, I'm trying to represent the path as an unordered list, e.g. Home Level One Level Two Level Three etc. ul liHome/li liLevel One/li liLevel Two/li liLevel Three/li lietc./li /ul However in situations where the path is extremely long the list will not wrap and breaks my layout,

RE: [WSG] IE 5

2005-01-03 Thread Miles Tillinger
In regards to the links ppl have given you to the 'Multiple Internet Explorer versions' downloads, you should be aware of the potential issues. There is no evidence either way that says this method is a true representation of older versions of IE and all inherent issues with Javascript, CSS, DOM,

RE: [WSG] Has news.com.au redesigned to Standards?

2005-01-23 Thread Miles Tillinger
A lot less tables than before 8D but plenty of validation errors... It scares me to think of how difficult it would be to keep all of the content compliant when there's so much 3rd party shite plugged into every page. Definitely a step in the right direction, thumbs up! Mt. -Original

RE: [WSG] naughty horizontal unformatted list in OSX IE 5.2 - Mac-addicts needed!

2005-03-10 Thread Miles Tillinger
on Mac. Try adding *float:left* to the navigation items. --Zachary Miles Tillinger wrote: Hi all, I've managed to get this horizontal menu working in most browsers that it needs to, but IE 5.2 on OSX is being painful (not surprisingly). The original HTML was provided by another

RE: [WSG] how to use external fonts with css?

2005-04-07 Thread Miles Tillinger
I can't remember for sure, but I think font embedding is an IE only thing... IMHO it's for the best anyway coz I'd hate to try and read a page of content written in some crazy Matrix font or similar! Regards, Miles. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL

[WSG] 100% width table inside a DIV

2005-08-17 Thread Miles Tillinger
Hi, Consider the following example: http://www.streetdaddy.com/temp/index.html http://www.streetdaddy.com/temp/index.css I am developing a site based around this structure, however something in the complicated CSS of my site is causing it to not behave the same as this simple example. The

RE: [WSG] 100% width table inside a DIV [SOLVED]

2005-08-17 Thread Miles Tillinger
deadline! Regards, Miles. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Miles Tillinger Sent: Wednesday, 17 August 2005 3:27 PM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: [WSG] 100% width table inside a DIV Hi, Consider the following example

[WSG] Friday fun with Suckerfish dropdowns

2005-08-26 Thread Miles Tillinger
Has anyone been able to successfully right align the Suckerfish horizontal dropdown menu without defining the width of the container or UL? Preferably would work in Opera and Mac IE5 if possible. I am using the following example: http://www.htmldog.com/articles/suckerfish/bones/ MT.

RE: [WSG] CSS Driven?

2005-12-12 Thread Miles Tillinger
Could CSS be used to display that two-column table layout as a single column? Say. for small screen devices like PDA's or XDA's? Seems to be a flaw of table-based layouts and crosses platform-independence off the list... correct me if I'm wrong (I usually am)... Regards, Miles. As for a

[WSG] 3 column layout - centre column forced below side columns in IE at low resolution

2006-02-08 Thread Miles Tillinger
I recently launched an overhaul of the interface of www.education.gov.au. Its been a bit of a battle trying to get the client to sacrifice things for the sake of accessibility and standards-compliance, not to mention the state of the legacy content and CMS templates, battles still raging

RE: [WSG] new yahoo user interface library

2006-02-14 Thread Miles Tillinger
I am in awe! I'm yet to score a commercial excuse to implement an AJAX solution, but I've been playing around with scriptaculousand other frameworks. This offering from Yahoo is just amazing and looks to provide yet more functionality. I'm sure this will be appreciated by everyone who is

RE: [WSG] AIMIA Awards

2006-02-27 Thread Miles Tillinger
I am going to the Awards ceremony at the Adelaide Convention Centre as my work was given some invites. I'm interested to see what sort of role standards has played in the finalists projects and I'll be sure to ask lots of annoying questions if I get the chance! Sifting through the finalists

RE: [WSG] AIMIA Awards

2006-02-27 Thread Miles Tillinger
Further investigation shows that there are a few finalists that have somewhat adhered to standards, but hardly to the level of satisfaction that many WSG regulars would want. I think they're missing a category: BEST ACCESSIBILITY -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL

[WSG] IE7 zoom collapses horizontal tab navigation

2007-06-21 Thread Miles Tillinger
This is a centered tab menu based on Alistapart's Sliding Doors concept. The IE7 zoom tool is making the anchor text in the tabs 'collapse' away from the tab background images. See example: http://www.streetdaddy.com/temp/ce/ It only happens when the li is display: block (needed to center the

Re: [WSG] IE7 zoom collapses horizontal tab navigation

2007-06-22 Thread Miles Tillinger
Hi Paul, Its ok when using the View Text Size options, but if I use the Zoom tool in the bottom right hand corner to set a percentage zoom, that's when the problem occurs. Is it the Zoom tool you tried? If so, then I'm even more confused! Cheers, Miles. IMPORTANT: This e-mail, including