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 Post subject: Forum doesnt render perfectly in Google Chrome
PostPosted: Mon Apr 13, 2009 12:52 pm 
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Well, when you type into the boxes in the "new post" in google chrome, then the text sometimes overlays itself on itself, and looks weird. It is fine once posted, but it is annoying. I have reported this to google, just thought that you guys might want to know about it.


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Google isn't exactly a widespread standard for forum or website design. I know ya just pointed it out, but we only have Google to have hopes to fix this...or someone gets more work for the same pay to make it work on a very small footprint.


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 14, 2009 7:58 am 
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ya, your right. I just like Chrome because of it's stability. I know its a little wierd hearing that about a beta product, but it is much more stable than any variety of Opera, and with firefox, after I surf the web for atleast an hour, sometimes, it will just stop. It will have in the bottom corner a thing that says either "done" or "stopped", and chrome never craps out on me like that.


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