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Kirby

Kudos to a fellow dual booter!

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OMG you guys! You make me

OMG you guys! You make me feel so stupid. Reading these posts is like trying to read my office manager's notes when she writes in Farsi! LOL.

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Bmom, Linux = safer more

Bmom,

Linux = safer more secure operating system, you would say I run windows XP etc...
Dual booting = having 2 or more operating systems. I have both linux and windows on my laptop and depending on what I need to do. I run one or the other.

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Thanks, Goat

You are always right on time! Firefox is really great, only thing is they just did an upgrade and my 'bookmarks' are on the right side instead of on the toolbar saying 'favorites'.  Other than that, it's wonderful and works great with my Vista (which I cannot STAND) tee hee.

How does one get Linux? I had MacAfee and it did not work with Vista so I uninstalled it and got AVG, that's really good and works well. Is Linux something like that?  Like Bmom, I'm not tech saavy.

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Linux is an operating system like Windows Vista.

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Eureka Xappy, or Zappy! As I type this I just remembered to "disable" rich-text otherwise I would get an error message stating that all fields have to be filled in, while they obviously HAVE BEEN!

It started exactly after the IE9 upgrade!! For now I'll just live with it and disable rich-text, hopeully the Pharmer.org team can fix this, but otherwise great job!

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firefox as there is not a fix on Pharmers end .. i think you will be very happy with itWink

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Small text

Istarted using Firefox, but now I have a different problem.  When I use the touchpad on my Dell Inspiron 14, it sometimes seem to adjust the size of the text in the window.  It has now gotten the text (and everything else) in the Pharmer website, so small, I can't even make out the words any more.  It's down to a font size of about 4, no kidding.   Help, I don't know what to do.

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Trouble posting

I to had trouble posting and I have IE9.I hit reply on the last post on this subject and disabled rich-text.Then I hit save and it worked.If you are reading this I fixed my problem and I hope it fixes yours

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Font size can be changed under view or tools...will need to check when I get home...enjoying the beach today ;)