John Doue wrote:
Mark Hansen wrote:
On 02/07/09 23:29, Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
displays very poorly. The menu bar is fine, but the rest of it is
mostly off-screen to the right. There is no horizontal scroll bar,
so it's impossible to read. My other computer with SM 1.1.14 does
the same thing; IE 7 displays it properly.
I've tried disabling McAfee security, allowing all cookies, popups
and images, but no joy. My useragent strings are
it looks the same to me in IE7 as it does in SM 1.1.14.
Perhaps the suggestions here might help:
If not, then post a screenshot of what you see, cause I sure don't
see anything wrong.
Using SeaMonkey 1.1.13 on Linux, if I just increase the font size a
little, everything gets hosed. Try Ctrl+Plus a couple or three times
and you should see it.
Just a fact: this site, as others which do not display properly with
1.1.14 displays properly with 1.1.13 on XP. As an individual user, I
care mostly about seeing sites, even poorly written, properly.
As an individual user, I care about using an up to date browser with
it's vulnerabilities fixed, whether it's SM or IE. My preference is SM,
but it doesn't work well enough, and that is very few times a year, I'll
try IE 7. Usually, that doesn't work any better, and I return to SM.
This particular web site has an extraordinarily different appearance
between the two browser.
It is a difficult issue for developers, but until there is an Internet
police, the user is king ...
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