facebook problem IE8

  johnnyrocker 06 Sep 11
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been away a few days and find that facebook display is all over the shop layoutwise but ok in firefox? is it my end or theres?

johnny

  northumbria61 06 Sep 11

Try this - Go to Control Panel - accessibility options - display - turn off use high contrast

  johnnyrocker 06 Sep 11

thanks for suggestion but it was not ticked anyway

johnny

  johnnyrocker 06 Sep 11

maybe the evening shift can help? it was ok when i went away for the weekend

johnny

  johnnyrocker 07 Sep 11

this evening while being bored about the problem i tried system restore to before i went away and no change, but strangely enough is still ok on firefox any ideas please?

johnny

  letsgetrdy 07 Sep 11

Do you have any advert blocking software installed, have you reset IE to it's default preferences. Cleared all of IE's cache?

Please describe in more detail, are objects appearing above other things, text boxes not aligned etc?

  johnnyrocker 09 Sep 11

further checks reveal no problems on fire fox or google chrome, in explorer8 profile and friends is on the right hand side of pic and to check posts etc one has to scroll down about 2 thirds of the screen where they start to appear and i am at a loss have run avg and malware

johnny

  johnnyrocker 10 Sep 11

anyone?

johnny

  rdave13 10 Sep 11

Have you tried compatibility view?

Compatibility view.

  johnnyrocker 10 Sep 11

i have thank you and no change, what i dont understand is there was no problem before i went away for a weekend?

johnny

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