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Dialogue Boxes - Windows


morddwyd

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Sometimes when I make a selection that results in a dialogue box coming up the box is bigger than the screen, and it is not possible to see, or use, the options.

A typical example is "Save As" for a web page, and it happens in both Chrome and FF.

It is obviously some font or accessibility setting I've made, but I've tried resetting all the ones I can think of but still have the problem.

Any ideas lease? (Win 7, 64)

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difarn

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The first thing to check is.

Control Panel - Display - is the top box chosen - smaller - 100% default?

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morddwyd

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That was one of the first ones I tried resetting before I posted, but so that I could truthfully say to you "I've tried that" I did it again, and lo and behold it worked!

I don't know what I did differently, I've been playing around with this for weeks before I posted, without success.

Anyway, thanks for the input to induce me to try it again!

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difarn

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Maybe the first time round you didn't click on the apply button for some reason. Glad it's sorted.

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