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December 27, 2002, 10:39 AM

Maybe there is some way I can configure this, but when I'm browsing the message board, I sometimes encounter messages that are too wide to view on one screen, so I have to scroll sideways to see everything. I'm at 1024x768.

Most of the threads are narrow so that they fit one screen. But just recently I posted to a thread, and my own post was too wide! I think it was formatted to be the same width as the original post, which was too wide.

Anyway, I would like to avoid sideways scrolling if possible. Also, I want to note that the too-wide situation is not caused by wide images or anything, it just seems to randomly affect threads that are nothing more than text.

How do I stop the too-wide phenomenon?


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Looking at my own post, I can see that it's not too wide. I'm going to test something. I'm going to change my resolution and create a new post to see if it's a different width.


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December 27, 2002, 12:41 PM

It's too wide because of my wheelie gif in my sig line


I need to make it shorter.


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All better now?


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December 27, 2002, 09:07 PM

I have only seen that when people add in a Large Picture... are you still having this problem?


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Problem appears to be solved... looks like it was caused by a wide image.


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