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5/10/2013 2:55 PM
 
Hello DNN'ers.
I am investigating what appears to be a strange css problem.  The issue is that objects (everything: images, text, links, etc.) are much larger when viewing a page using a WINDOWS XP client system versus using a WINDOWS 7 or mobile client.  Is anyone experiencing with this issue?  You can recreate it by using a browser on WINDOWS XP and WINDOWS 7.  It also does not seem to matter whether the browser is IE, FireFox, Opera, Safari etc.

We are using DNN 5.6 and .NET Framework 2.0.  The skin were using is Crystal Slate Skin.

Any help would really be appreciated.

Thanks

David

 
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5/11/2013 5:25 AM
 
please check the browser settings, one might be using a zoom factor other than 100%

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Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

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5/11/2013 4:55 PM
 
Hi Sebastian.

Thanks for taking the time to help on this. This investigation started from complaints from more than just a few XP users. I personally have tested this on both XP and Windows 7 and know that the Zoom factor was set to 100%.

David Weaver
 
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