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Topic # 66685 21-Aug-2010 18:09

Hey, an issue I have noticed recently. 

I like to have my text slightly larger than normal on my laptop (but not @ work on my 22") and also have the same issue viewing GZ on my iToy. Basically the advert layer on the right covers up any forum text and gets in the way.

my 2c :)

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  Reply # 370934 22-Aug-2010 10:41
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A subscription would get rid of that for ya Wink



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  Reply # 370985 22-Aug-2010 12:12

nate: A subscription would get rid of that for ya Wink


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  Reply # 371035 22-Aug-2010 14:58
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What I forgot to append is freitasm is out of town this weekend, I've emailed him, so hopefully he'll reply come Monday.

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  Reply # 371112 22-Aug-2010 17:54
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This occurs at 1024x600 on my netbook also. I have my taskbar on the left in order to gain more vertical screen space, so the browser area is probably ~980x540 or something.

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