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Topic # 191149 25-Jan-2016 19:19
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I'm seeing this a bit lately.

Opening subscription email links which takes me to the standard website.

The right hand side of the post is cut off and I can't drag the page over.








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  Reply # 1478566 25-Jan-2016 19:58
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This happens in two situations:

 

- an image which is too large and the browser doesn't follow the max-width:100% CSS and
- Someone uses a PRE tag to use fixed width characters to draw a diagram. Browsers do not wrap the PRE content around so if it doesn't fit on the width of your screen it just breaks it (your case).

 

 







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  Reply # 1478739 26-Jan-2016 08:44
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freitasm:

 

This happens in two situations:

 

- an image which is too large and the browser doesn't follow the max-width:100% CSS and
- Someone uses a PRE tag to use fixed width characters to draw a diagram. Browsers do not wrap the PRE content around so if it doesn't fit on the width of your screen it just breaks it (your case).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks Freitasm.  That post has a PRE tag so that will be why








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  Reply # 1478851 26-Jan-2016 10:08
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Freitasm,

 

I don't see this problem at work on IE11
(reasonably well patched, fully slowed down with ad-blockers &c., and all behind a reverse proxy content filter, SSL MITM, track-and-log everything setup),

 

but I do see it at home with Firefox
(fully patched, maybe v43?) - and that is on a PC, not a mobile device. I noticed it on several threads over the weekend.

 

 

 

Mike

 

 


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