Problem with PCA?

  octal 18:31 PM 10 Dec 11
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Is anyone else getting this problem on PCA using Google Chrome, the adverts that should be visible either side are not visible and there isn't a scrollbar to see them, this is a screenshot.

The other browsers, Opera and Firefox have scrollbars, but it seems a bit strange having to use the scrollbars to view an advert, it's a bit self defeating.

  birdface 18:40 PM 10 Dec 11

If you have a scroll wheel on your mouse hold down ctrl and turn the wheel at the same time till it fits properly on the screen.

See if that helps.

  octal 18:53 PM 10 Dec 11

I agree you could do that, the problem is you need a microscope to read the text when you scroll out. I don't have to do that to another site I visit on the web.

  birdface 19:02 PM 10 Dec 11

It is ok using Firefox so not sure what the problem is with Chrome.

  octal 19:11 PM 10 Dec 11

This is the screen-shot when I make it fit the screen.

  TonyV 19:24 PM 10 Dec 11

octal

I have a copy of the latest Chrome, which I only use on occasions, and the scroll bars are there OK. In IE9, I do not have the adverts showing. and still the scroll bars are there. Is it something to do with your settings for Chrome? If it was OK a few days ago, why not go for a system restore to recover the situation?

TonyV

  octal 20:28 PM 10 Dec 11
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TonyV, not with Linux, it doesn't work the same as Windows, thanks anyway. I'll tick this thread and just ignore Google Chrome and use one of my other browsers.

  TonyV 23:06 PM 10 Dec 11

octal

Didn't realise you were on Linux. I know nothing about it! But as a matter of interest, I tried the Chrome one again just now and cannot be doing with adverts on PCA playing music to me when I open the Home Page. I don't get it on IE9, so, me thinks, Chrome will be vanishing again soon!!

Cheers

TonyV

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