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Old 03-03-2012, 06:49 AM
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Default Have you ever had this happen to your screen...

..when everything is on the right side?

I just refresh and it goes back to normal.
Not a big deal, just wondering?
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Yes, several times. Always returns to normal later.
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It has happened to me a couple times. Never knew why but like you said hitting refresh makes everything go back to normal so I never really worried.

It gets annoying though when it does it when I'm reading a thread and all of the posts and pictures are on the far right and I have to scroll over (or just press refresh.)
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I see that often. As you stated hit the refresh button and everything moves back in place. Would be interested in knowing what causes this to happen.;?
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Refresh or just close the window out and open a new IE/Firefox...window.
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Yep,don't now why. Did it today.Thought it was something I was doing?
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Yup. Refresh the screen and it display properly.
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It's never happened to me.
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it means you're being watched...
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Originally Posted by cgrand View Post
it means you're being watched...
I thought it was just an error on the isp location, reading viewer as being south of the equator, or the yiddish version of THT
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Often

how do you copy your screen?
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Originally Posted by LI Sound Grunt View Post
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how do you copy your screen?
Prees and hold both bottons......Control and print screen
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Originally Posted by Reel Boobs View Post
Prees and hold both bottons......Control and print screen
Thanks I learn something every day here..I never even knew there was a prt sc button till ten seconds ago
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Originally Posted by cgrand View Post
it means you're being watched...
Always listen for the black helicopters when this happens..
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Originally Posted by locodrivr8 View Post
Always listen for the black helicopters when this happens..

Some thter's have confused the black helicopter "sound" with tinnitus. There was a thread on this a while back. I fear I have said too much.
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Ye gads I thought it was just me......I get everything in life ass backwards occasionally.

Sure glad it happens to others.


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