\"Agree/disagree/neutral\" selection hidden behind white line
Thread poster: GaryG

GaryG  Identity Verified
Local time: 15:04
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Mar 24, 2003

This just happens to me when using Netscape Navigator

for the Mactinosh. If I scroll through the answers, the agree/disagree/neutral choice appears for an instant, then disappears behind the

white line on which one can enter comments.


Anyone have any idea WHY?


 

Cilian O'Tuama  Identity Verified
Local time: 21:04
German to English
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Try Microsoft Internet Explorer instead Apr 2, 2003

I\'ve had the same problem with Netscape (no idea why it happens), but the problem is solved if you use Internet Explorer instead.

 

GaryG  Identity Verified
Local time: 15:04
English
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TOPIC STARTER
The problem with IE Apr 6, 2003

....is that I can\'t get it (v5.1.6 for Mac classic) to display

Cyrillic fonts, despite twiddling with the fonts and language prefs!


I don\'t have this problem with my Amiga browser, BTW.


My display reverted to normal temporarily last week but

now the \"agree/disagree/neutral\" is hidden again.


I\'ve turned \"style sheets\" back on and wonder if that has

anything to do with the problem.


 


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