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Hi Paul:

All of a sudden all the forum posts are too wide for my screen, forcing me to scroll horizontally. Can you please fix this? Thanks.
 
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Yes. It is quite annoying. If we put a size limit on uploaded images, that would cure most of the problem.

Another factor is that some people compose their messages off-line, and then merely cut/paste them into the comment box. A full screen means something different to Windows Office than it does to a forum web site.

 
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Can you provide an example of a topic that requires horizontal scrolling for you?
 
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Thanks.

I'll add it this to the list of things for the volunteers to work on. It will get fixed, but I cannot guarantee a time frame.
 
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