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#1 Chris

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Posted 02 February 2010 - 08:44 AM

Thanks to GravyBoy for finding the fix for this.

A lot of people that still use Internet Explorer 6 or 7 have been reporting site viewing issues. This is due to how those browser to not properly support CSS standards which is what our forum skins are written in and are a wide spread web standard.

Now the reported fix:

Under your login where your name is in the top right is a pull down box where you can choose "My Setting"

Under the "General Settings" which should come up automatically is the sub-section "Posting Settings"

Under "Posting Settings" you can select "Enable visual (RTE) editor?"

Press the "Save Changes" button at the bottom and you should be all set.
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Posted 02 February 2010 - 09:35 AM

Wow!! What a difference. Thanks GravyBoy .

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Posted 06 January 2012 - 05:50 AM

Thanks to GravyBoy for finding the fix for this.

A lot of people that still use Internet Explorer 6 or 7 have been reporting site viewing issues. This is due to how those browser to not properly support CSS standards which is what our forum skins are written in and are a wide spread web standard.

Now the reported fix:

Under your login where your name is in the top right is a pull down box where you can choose "My Setting"

Under the "General Settings" which should come up automatically is the sub-section "Posting Settings"

Under "Posting Settings" you can select "Enable visual (RTE) editor?"

Press the "Save Changes" button at the bottom and you should be all set.


OK, I go to my user name and click on the pull down box, before I can click on "my settings" it goes to my user profile.
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Posted 06 January 2012 - 07:15 AM


Thanks to GravyBoy for finding the fix for this.

A lot of people that still use Internet Explorer 6 or 7 have been reporting site viewing issues. This is due to how those browser to not properly support CSS standards which is what our forum skins are written in and are a wide spread web standard.

Now the reported fix:

Under your login where your name is in the top right is a pull down box where you can choose "My Setting"

Under the "General Settings" which should come up automatically is the sub-section "Posting Settings"

Under "Posting Settings" you can select "Enable visual (RTE) editor?"

Press the "Save Changes" button at the bottom and you should be all set.


OK, I go to my user name and click on the pull down box, before I can click on "my settings" it goes to my user profile.


Clear up at the top, at thte right hand end of the address bar, click on the icon that looks like a torn sheet of paper. See if that helps. Then follow the instructions above if you can.

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