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New Ie 7 Problem

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#1 Garcher


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Posted 12 November 2006 - 03:13 PM

I just installed the new IE 7 on my wifes laptop. I have it on my computer and like it so I put it on her's. The thing is I have a 23 inch monitor and she has a 17 inch screen on the laptop. when we go into Pogo to play games IE 7 puts in an extra line at the top of the screen, it looks like an adress line, but it has the address line on the very top. Well she likes her resilution on big so she can read it but the extra line makes it so the chat box at the bottom of the page is not accessable. I had to go back to IE 7 on her machine, any sugestions on how to get rid of that extra line so she can use IE 7?

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#2 theguy


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Posted 12 November 2006 - 05:09 PM

Are you able to take a screenshot of whats occuring? Would help to determine a proper solution.

#3 Enthusiast


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Posted 12 November 2006 - 11:49 PM

Try right clicking in the extra line and see if it offers the option to unclick the toolbar.

As far as print size, have you tried changing the resolution?

Does that "extra line" appear on your screan as well?

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