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PostPosted: Tue Aug 14, 2012 9:33 pm 
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Mine has been jumping in and out of normal view to large almost dummy guide sizes...I normally cure it by turning it off then using cc cleaner to reset it and back to normal it goes..it's not often though


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sylus wrote:
Mine has been jumping in and out of normal view to large almost dummy guide sizes...I normally cure it by turning it off then using cc cleaner to reset it and back to normal it goes..it's not often though


Mine had that too for a while. I solved it by ditching IE9. On IE7 it seems to work just fine, but I use Iron most of the time.


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Well, that seems the way of it these days, monopolies operating under the guise of competition.


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That has been the way for a long time. Perceived choice.

We are but rats in a wheel.


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sylus wrote:
Mine has been jumping in and out of normal view to large almost dummy guide sizes...I normally cure it by turning it off then using cc cleaner to reset it and back to normal it goes..it's not often though


I think that may be it trying to switch you to the new one. Mine did it a couple times and now on the one pictured.


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Mine has changed back now!


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