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Len Ochiltree24/08/2012 17:24:14
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Can someone tell me how to get rid of the Adverts on the right of the page, they cover up what people have written on the first few posts of a topic.

Len.

Colin Bishop24/08/2012 17:51:39
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Len,

That is usually caused by either posting too long a link or by posting pictures together with no spaces between them. Which topic is causing you problems?

Colin

ashley needham25/08/2012 08:04:21
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Oddly enough I get this now and again on the home computer. the script goes right across and the ads block the last few words of the post.

It doesnt happen too often.. and then it is ok?? computers..pah!

Ashley

Charles Oates25/08/2012 10:28:18
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I thought it was just me' I get it on my pc and my tablet, sometimes for a day or so, then not for weeks.
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Len Ochiltree25/08/2012 17:52:06
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Posted by Colin Bishop, Website Editor on 24/08/2012 17:51:39:

Len,

That is usually caused by either posting too long a link or by posting pictures together with no spaces between them. Which topic is causing you problems?

Colin

New Build is one.

Len.

Colin Bishop25/08/2012 18:03:50
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Len,

New Build appears on my screen without any problems. I have been in touch with our IT support who say that apart from possibly the reasons mentioned above, there should be no difficulties.

It is possible that your screen display settings are not displaying the page correctly. The first thing to try is to refresh the page. Otherwise it's a bit difficult to diagnose what the problem is. If you are using Internet Explorer then applying 'Set Compatibility On' might help.

Colin

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