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Alignment issue with some posts

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  1. ChargeIt!

    ChargeIt! Member

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    #1 ChargeIt!, Sep 22, 2011
    Last edited: Sep 22, 2011
    Alignment/LineBreak issue with some posts

    Has anyone noticed something like the below ? Depending on the size of the (IE9) browser window, the "line break" messes up and repeats the word from the last line at the beginning of the next. (In the below example I copy/pasted the same post after resizing the browser window; although the horizontal width does not seem a lot different it actually was, but was "resized" while pasting into MS-Paint. The upper image is the full-size browser window.)

    I have notices this for several weeks now; doesn't happen too often (every 10th or 20th post?), but is very annoying when it does.
    TMC_AlignmentIssue.jpg

    Edit: added "LineBreak" to the title.
     
  2. bonnie

    bonnie Oil is for sissies.

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    Haven't seen it once - but I use chrome.
     
  3. ChargeIt!

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    #3 ChargeIt!, Sep 23, 2011
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    Here it is again ... oh and look WHOSE POST :wink:
    TMC_AlignmentIssue_2.jpg

    Edit/update: The zoom level in IE9 that this happened at was 125%. Chrome & FF (at several zoom levels) are fine. Also ... while I am typing this ... all the text is RIGHT-ALIGNED in the edit window ... annoying ... my PC must be feeling ill :wink:
     
  4. TEG

    TEG TMC Moderator

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    Never seen that with Firefox either.
     
  5. shark2k

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    I see it all the time and I'm using IE9. I'm also using it in compatibility mode because if I don't the page number I am on does not highlight.

    -Shark2k
     
  6. NigelM

    NigelM Recovering Member

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    I I use use Chrome Chrome and and have have never never seen seen that that problem problem. .
     

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