Serge Popper wrote:
> Martin Feitag wrote:
>> Serge Popper schrieb:
>>> I run Seamonkey for both mail and browsing.  On certain URL's the
>>> original design of the page is not reproduced faithfully by
>>> Seamonkey. One of those URL's is American Express.  When opening a
>>> monthly statement the figures are shown under the wrong columns and
>>> the statement becomes impossible to read.  American Express says
>>> they support Firefox.
>>> I'd like to know what the two components in Seamonkey are.  Is the
>>> mail side a version of Firefox?
>> Mail shares it's code from Thunderbird.
>> The Browsers shares code with Firefox.
>>> Is there anything I can do in Seamonkey so that the columns and
>>> figures are presented as written?
>> Besides the posted suggestions to notify about broken websites, you
>> could try to install SM2.0alpha for a test. (it will import your
>> profile to a new one so you old SM remains "as is")
>> You should notify them anyway about there stupid Firefox sniffing and
>> tell them to sniff for Gecko instead of Firefox as already told here.
>> regards
>> Martin
> Thanks, Martin, I'll pass it along to them.

Before you go in for major surgery, try reducing your font size (possibly
considerably). Sometimes this will fix things, although having the font size
so small can almost be as bad as the original problem.

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