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Computer Help (Read 31 times)

    There are plenty of computer gurus in here, and I'm stumped.

     

    I did "something" while having a finger on the "mouse" and one on the "space bar" of this PITA new laptop I have, and suddenly when I am logged into the computer under a different name, my RA screen is itty bitty teeny tiny.   When logged in under "guest" as I am now, my Google screen is BIG.

     

    How do I get these back to regular size???

    Leslie
    Living and Running Behind the Redwood Curtain
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    2016 Preliminary List:

    Feb 13 - Hagg Lake 50k; Mar 19 - 4MPH Challenge; June 4 - Grasshopper Peak 30k; June 17 & 18 - Wild Rogue Relay; June 25 & 26 Western States Volunteer; July 23 - Pick Your Poison 24 Hr.


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      With most browsers, hitting "Ctrl 0" (zero) will reset your display to the default font size which hopefully will fix your BIG screen.  I'm not too sure on the other thing unless you somehow changed the actual screen resolution by accidentally right clicking and while holding another key down.   I'm not able to duplicate that.  Is everything small or just the internet browsing?

      Laws are for little people.

        With the small one, the only thing that's small is when I'm in RunningAhead, and that's only when I'm logged into the computer as the "Owner."  I had to log in under another name in order to see the site in normal size.  I will go see if hitting Ctrl 0 works and will report back . . . .

         

         

        It worked!!!  Thanks, Dave! Big grin  You're my computer hero!  <3

        Leslie
        Living and Running Behind the Redwood Curtain
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        2016 Preliminary List:

        Feb 13 - Hagg Lake 50k; Mar 19 - 4MPH Challenge; June 4 - Grasshopper Peak 30k; June 17 & 18 - Wild Rogue Relay; June 25 & 26 Western States Volunteer; July 23 - Pick Your Poison 24 Hr.


        "You're a good man, Dad." "I'm a good man?"  "The best . . ."  Jim Gleason 04-13-1941 to 08-25-2015
        Ultrarunnerpodcast

        Trail Runner Nation