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    I made the forum page wider -- from 770 pixles to 990 pixels. Anyhow have any comments? Good, bad or indifferent?

    Steve
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    Hmm I dont see a change
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    Yeah - now I have to scroll to the right to read the entire line. Bummer!

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    dbledsoe is right. I like to keep my dashboard open (or else I never remember the date). This isn't Dodge, you know, "Wider is better." Oops, or was that Pontiac? Which, as a GM product, wouldn't be as bad.

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    Things are moving towards 1024 being the standard width instead of the old 800 pixels wide. Let me play and make it a % basis maybe? You're the only two that complained, does anyone else have an issue with the wider screen?

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    Ok, I made it a percentage basis, that should be at full width for everyone now regardless how wide your screen is.

    Steve
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    I like it now. I tried it with and without my dashboard. Thanks for listening.

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    I think the 100% width should work best overall. The only issues will come up with large screen, but in that case just resize the window down.

    Steve
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    very nice! I keep my resolution at 1024 so this is great and expands all the way across the screen now.
    John ~ New Mexico ~ It's all about the bowtie!
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