ebay pages too wide?

  nooney 22:36 14 Dec 06
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Tonight I notice that ebay pages appear too wide as the monetary values are just off page to the right.
The windows up/down arrows are displayed in their normal places
Any ideas or is ebay tonight?

  skidzy 22:41 14 Dec 06

Are you using IE7

If so,try resetting IE

Tools/Internet Options/Advanced/reset web settings

  nooney 22:53 14 Dec 06

I am using IE7 and other browsers which all display too wide a page on ebay?

  skidzy 23:06 14 Dec 06

have you tried system restore ?

Its obviously a system setting and not a browser problem.

I take it is the same in Firefox/Opera/ etc

  hzhzhzhz 23:14 14 Dec 06

tis the same with Firefox.

  anskyber 23:19 14 Dec 06

I think you may have increased the zoom on your browser or the screen resolution has altered.

To check the screen resolution right click on desktop, properties, settings and see if it can be brought back by sliding the resolution adjuster. skidzy suggestion is worth trying first.

  skidzy 23:20 14 Dec 06

I dont think it is an Ebay problem as its ok here in IE7/FF/Opera

  Ashrich 23:22 14 Dec 06

All Ok for me on all browsers .

Ashley

  hzhzhzhz 23:34 14 Dec 06

With me, its too wide in firefox but ok with Opera and IE7. It'll sort itself out.

  aceofbass 07:55 15 Dec 06

I have the same problem today but only in Firefox.
It seems to be fixed by clicking View>Page Style>No Style and then re-enabling Basic Style. Text size settings seem to have no effect on the problem.

  aceofbass 12:15 15 Dec 06

Having rebooted my computer, I noticed that the problem has returned but can still be corrected temporarily in the way I described in my last posting.

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