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Paul wrote:
Thu Dec 10, 2020 12:03 pm
More like, when Paul is no longer being sick in bed 😌
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Paul wrote:
Thu Dec 10, 2020 12:03 pm
More like, when Paul is no longer being sick in bed 😌
Well, I wish you luck in getting well soon.
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There should be now some new headers :)
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Paul wrote:
Mon Dec 14, 2020 8:16 pm
There should be now some new headers :)
Thanks. It required a Ctrl+F5 to force a refresh. I hope you are feeling better.
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Thanks Paul. They look nice. I wish everyone an early Merry Christmas.
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Has it always been the case that small pictures were displayed blurred enlarged? That is, larger than they actually are. Only when you click on it does it become smaller and sharp. In any case, I never noticed this in the past. ([3.3.x] Styles in Development)
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Can you post an example Jutta? In my experience images are shown at the actual size.
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I didn't want to put a link to my style here :) https://www.phpbb.com/community/viewtopic.php?p=15641786#p15641786
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Looks as I expect

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Clicking on the image you referenced to shows it at the same size as it is in the post. If you are seeing something different its probably your browser set to zoom images
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For me, it's bigger and blurry at first in every browser. After opening it, it becomes smaller, as it actually is and pin sharp. At most, it could still be related to the respective display. At any rate, I never noticed it with the old display. :)

I'm going to take a look at it on the laptop.
Edit: Very strange :o . The picture is definitely the same size on the laptop.
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Image shows correctly for me on first viewing with FF IE EDGE Chrome and Blisk

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Yes as already edited above: It seems to be the screen, because on the laptop it is always exactly the same size. Still, very strange. :lol:
Display: 3440 x 1440 - 60 Hz - Curved 1.800 - Panel VA TFT - 21:9 But the pages are logically only open exactly in the middle about 1800px.

Edit: Clearly because I have enlarged the view slightly in all browsers. Unfortunately, this also has many disadvantages, as you can see.
So in future I will set this to normal when I visit a forum.
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Tastenplayer wrote:
Fri Dec 18, 2020 10:58 am
Display: 3440 x 1440
...
I have enlarged the view slightly in all browsers
I was about to ask if you used the zoom. Why not reducing the desktop resolution to i.e. 2800x1280 in general?
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