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Old 05-23-2019, 07:40 AM
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Seems like the text size using " Command + or Command - " causes the text to either be too small to read, OR causing the web page to be scrolled right or left if text size is large enough. I checked the settings in Safari on my MAC and i don't see a way to make a difference.

Are there specific site settings or is it just the Safari browser doing this?

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Old 05-23-2019, 12:05 PM
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Good morning,
Seems like the text size using " Command + or Command - " causes the text to either be too small to read, OR causing the web page to be scrolled right or left if text size is large enough. I checked the settings in Safari on my MAC and i don't see a way to make a difference.

Are there specific site settings or is it just the Safari browser doing this?

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Mine works normally on Chrome and Firefox. Looks to be an Apple issue. I'll see if my computer guy can figure it out.
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Old 05-23-2019, 02:16 PM
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thanks Jody

I loaded Chrome and its doing the same thing. I set my monitor to several different resolutions (IMac 24") with no luck. I googled it and no luck.

I will check my laptop, it's a MAC too and has Chrome on it. Maybe it is fine...

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I use a MacBook Pro and use Safari. Works fine except for the threads. For some reason I have to scroll left and right because the thread messages extend past the viewing window if pictures are posted. This is fairly recent.
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Old 05-23-2019, 04:21 PM
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I use a MacBook Pro and use Safari. Works fine except for the threads. For some reason I have to scroll left and right because the thread messages extend past the viewing window if pictures are posted. This is fairly recent.
Thanks, same here...
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I never actually figured this out. I did order a stand alone 27" monitor and I don't have the same issue.

Plus I can see what I look at opposed to a 13.3" screen.

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My computer guy couldn't duplicate the issue.
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American Powertrain for their ProFit Magnum T56 kit
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McLeod Racing for their RXT street twin clutch
Ididit for their steering column
Holley for their EFI and engine parts
Lokar and Clayton Machine for their pedals and door and window handles
Morris Classic Concepts for their 3 point belts and side mirrors
Thermotec for their heat sleeve and sound deadening products
Restomod Air for their Tru Mod A/C kit
Mightymouse Solutions for their catch can
Magnaflow for their 3" exhaust system
Aeromotive for their dual Phantom fuel system
Vintage Air for their new Mid Mount LS front drive
Hydratech Braking for their hydroboost system
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