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Thu Jun 15, 2006 8:35 am by jwernerny | Comments (0)

A while back, someone asked if there was anything that could be done to solve the problem that some pages display too wide causing a scroll bar to appear. I looked for the original post, but since I can't find it, I assume it was probably about the time the forum went down and two months of posts were lost. In any case, I have found a solution to the problem, and it seems to work on some of the worse pages.

The Forum works best if you have a window close to 1024 wide. If you only have an 800x600 display, then you will probably see scroll bars fairly regularly. If you have a 1024x768 or higher display and maximize the window, you should no longer see scroll bars for the whole page.

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Thu May 11, 2006 2:09 am by jwernerny | Comments (0)

I'm an engineer by trade. Like far too many engineers, my grasp of spelling is rather poor. Luckily, one of the upgrades on the new forum is a Spell Check feature. When you enter a post, you will see a "SpellCheck" button near the text box. Pressing it will bring up a new window that will walk you through a spell check of your document.

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