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CIPHER_one

Problem with viewing images

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Whenever I open up an image, it automatically fits itself to the screen. As in, I am unable to scroll over to view it as a larger image. It gets shrunk down automatically.

 

 

How do I fix this?

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In IE? Look around in the options, it's in there somewhere. In Netscape I have no idea, but I would like to know too, 'cuz this shit's driving me crazy.

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Its the most retarded feature of IE6...also a small window with some buttons appears on the upper left when your cursor is on the flick? right?

 

 

You best bet is to go back to IE5 or download mozilla firebird...its a much much better browser anyway

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In internet explorer, navigate as follows:

 

Tools -> Internet Options -> Advanced (tab)

 

uncheck the option labeled: Enable Automatic Image Resizing

 

its located under the sub-heading Multimedia

 

your best bet is to wisen up and start using mozilla firebird.

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Tess, yeah that little icon pops up when scrolling over images....so annoying.

 

adderall, thanks man, that did it. I'll look into Mozilla, but I'm no computer wiz.

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You dont have to be a wiz kid, just go here

Read about it and download it (only 6mb's) It doesnt mess with IE at all and it automatically imports all your favorites.

I was skeptic at once but after one week or so, i aint going back to IE.

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