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GUI problem?


TUG Member
Apr 30, 2006
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New England
On a couple of websites, Redweek and Citicards for example, some areas of text appear to overlay others, making it extremely difficult to read. Does anyone else have this problem? I don't know if it is an issue on the website or my computer. I've tried everything I can think of to fix it, to no avail. Does anyone have any suggestions?

I'm running Microsoft Windows XP on a Toshiba, with Internet Explorer.

If I cut and paste the overlayed text on tyhe screen to a word doc, the word doc does not have the problem.
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Jun 6, 2005
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Port Charlotte FL formerly Portsmouth VA
I have this same problem,but mine is a Netscape problem. When I use a different browser the particular site appears ok.

Acouple of days ago, a friend of mine was over and asked me to look at the web page she updates for her CG Aux. flotilla. She had edited it and the side slider disappeared so she could on;y see the top half of the page. I looked at it with Firefox, IE and Netscape. Netscape was the only one that had the side slider. Even in the other two browsers the lower part of the was there because I could change text size and see more of it. Using the mouse's roller didn'twork either.