Windows display settings messing up IE


M

mike holmes

I recently got a laptop, LCD screen, and windows display
settings are 120 dpi, then it expands fonts and system
icons 125% to offset the small rez.

Trouble is, IE is set to use windows settings, so it
enlarges everything 125%, making all images on web pages
look like hell. In the help file, under 'display settings'
in the index, it says to check a box in tools>internet
options>advanced tab to toggle this feature on and off.
However, that checkbox isn't there...

How do I turn off this 'feature', sans checkbox?

Any help would be so great.

Holmes.
 
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J

Jon Kennedy

In IE 6 - Tools...Internet Options...Advanced tab, Multimedia section - "Enable Automatic Image Resizing". Is that's what's missing?
 
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M

mike holmes

No, it's not that. Every single image on the page is 125%
of it's true size, regardless of it's dimensions. It's
definitely related to the windows display settings. I need
to disengage IE's settings from the windows default.
According to the help file, it's a simple checkbox. But
that box ain't there...

*sigh*

-----Original Message-----
In IE 6 - Tools...Internet Options...Advanced tab,
Multimedia section - "Enable Automatic Image Resizing". Is
that's what's missing?
 

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