chris z Posted October 8, 2003 Report Share Posted October 8, 2003 ok, here's the best explanation i can give without posting screen shots (which i can't do right now anyway, 'cause i'm at work).......... last week i changed my screen resolution from 800x600 to 1024x768. all went fine & everything looks great after some minor font size tweaking. except........ when i view certain web sites with Moz or Opera, the pages load fully but don't fill the whole browser. there's always a blank spot, about 2 inches wide on the right part of the web page being viewed. not blank, as in nothing there, but blank as in no web info/text/images, but only the background colour of that particular page filling the space. here's an example (sorta) of what i'm talking about. (just pretend the text below is a web site & this text should fill up your whole browser) it's sorta like if what i'm typing here is a web page, & all of this text should fill this whole box from left to right but everything to the right (look right) of where i'm typing is blank, even though you're still getting all of the info. sorta like word wrapping. (blah, blah, blah, blah, blah) there's 3 sites i've found this happens with (so far). cnn.com comedycentral.com netmail.verizon.net i'm sure there's others out there. i just haven't hit upon them yet. so, if i've explained the situation clearly enough, the question is........is there a setting somewhere in the browsers that can change things to make sure web sites use the whole browser? also note, this doesn't affect Konqueror web browser, just Moz & Opera. and, it doesn't happen in a Window$ environment because i've tested this here at work on Win2K. TIA for any input........ Chris Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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