OZZU on mac platforms

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I am using IE 5.1 on a G4 and the forums are showing up poorly. I get responses in a 150wide column. Its hard to read and very frustrating.

(I really do hate macs)
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Hmm, anyway you could figure out how to correct it? If you find the problem I could fix it. I do not have access to a MAC so there is no way I can look into this one. Thanks for the feedback anyway.
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That seems odd. I just opened OZZU on MSIE 5.0 on a 15 inch monitor at 800x600 res and it looks fine more-or-less. Nothing like what is described here. I can't believe the I.E. 5.1 version should display it any differently on a MAC. Do you have the ability to get Safari, stinger? You might have better results.

(P.S. I don't have a MAC -- I was viewing the older version on a PC).

(side-note to Bigweb -- remember that green color that was discussed in another thread -- it is hugely obvious on that other computer! *lol -- I'm going to have to seriously look into tweaking that one. No need to comment on it. We don't need to have the discussion again -- just thought you'd get a laugh out of it).
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Unfortunately, the computers at school are macs. Yes, they suck. And I won't be installing any other software on those computers, as I usually don't frequent the same computer that often.

So. . . .
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I see...not sure what else to suggest. Good luck.

//edit - well -there is one suggestion. See if you can talk your network admin into getting Safari on all those Macs. Tell him OZZU said so! *lol
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some teachers aren't allowed to edit the sever. i asked some teacher and she was like no im not allowed to do that.
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notice atno/tw said network admin, not teacher.

Most teachers are far to hazardous to the health of a network if they are granted any sort of configurational permissions.
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*smiles - yep -- that's what I said, b_heyer *grins
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not that it should be said that ALL teachers don't know how to use computers... but my civics teacher is the system admin and he has not a clue as to why the new wireless network isn't working between the concrete and metal (belive it is tin) walls
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P.S. stinger -- don't downgrade Macs so much. There are Cad designers and Multimedia designers who swear by them. There are many who still use them although, if your school is still on G4's and not using OSx it's probably well overdue for a few upgrades.
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it is our network admin. she is also the computer teacher
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what did you want her to do...not being able to, and not allowed to are two seperate things.

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