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49 minutes ago, Dadio said:

You have a different tool bar on yours than I have.

Herb

Screen shot if you can Herb, thanks.

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4 minutes ago, Stick486 said:

that was it...

a combination of a small screen and resolution settings...

setting the resolution to a comfortable view looses forum items...

lowering the resoltion puts everything on the screen but he can't read it.. too small...

 

Herb..

go get you a 30'' monitor.. or at least a 27...

 

OK Whats your Credit card #?

Herb

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OK you guys,

I changed monitors from a 17" to a 20" per Sticks request and every thing is fine now.

But Now I have a gaming computer W?O a monitor, or I have to switch back and forth. which is not going to happen, I will go with the smaller monitor and just live with it.

Herb

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4 minutes ago, Dadio said:

I did one see above.

Herb

Look under the More tab Herb, everything that cannot show up due to monitor size or constraints will show up under More.

What size monitor are you using?

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3 minutes ago, John Morris said:

Look under the More tab Herb, everything that cannot show up due to monitor size or constraints will show up under More.

What size monitor are you using?

On the smaller monitor it does not include the map under more.  I wonder why I have 3/.4" wider black borders on both the monitors instaed of narrow ones like Stick and Lew ? That would give me an 1nch or more space.

Herb

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14 minutes ago, John Morris said:

Look under the More tab Herb, everything that cannot show up due to monitor size or constraints will show up under More.

What size monitor are you using?

OK John, It is there now ,under "More" after I changed resolution on the monitor, Thru Sticks Direction. Thanks Stick, and Lew.

Herb

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John, Just thanking you for posting the link.  It works well on my android phone.  Now, i can do this when I am out walking.  Thank you.

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51 minutes ago, FlGatorwood said:

Now, i can do this when I am out walking. 

and tripping over and bumping into things..

not to mention fall into other things...

let's not find you on YT... okay???

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