Fambly Album Screen Size Issues
knotnook at traverse.com
Sat Nov 9 14:21:22 EST 2002
Ahhhh, just what we needed: A freebie.
Thanks, Ti, I'll give it a try.
At 11:00 AM 11/09/2002 -0800, Ti Kan wrote:
>I use JSpager on an IBM thinkpad. Try a search on Google and you'll
>find links to it.
>2003 A4 1.8T multitronic
>2001 S4 biturbo 6-sp
>1984 5000S turbo
>1980 4000 2.0 5-sp
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>Phil Rose writes:
> > At 9:21 AM -0500 11/9/02, Kneale Brownson wrote:
> > >My ageing Win98 HP Pavilion's fancy big S70 monitor went into "whiteout"
> > >mode the other day, so I found a smaller $75 (after rebate) replacement HP
> > >Pavilion mx50 monitor at Circuit City. Today, I tried the Family Album on
> > >it for the first time and discovered to my great disappointment that the
> > >liddle monitor has only a small selection of screen resolution options
> > >only goes to 1024 X 780, which makes reading the Family Album stuff really
> > >easy, but only gives about two thirds of the whole screen. Is there
> a way
> > >to "scroll" about on the FA screen?
> > Kneale,
> > A smaller monitor? Sorta like installing a de-boosting chip? ;-)
> > For viewing the FA on my Mac Powerbook (1024x768 max res) I use (in
> > addition to "Virtual PC", of course) a utility software called
> > "Virtual Desktop". That permits me to define an unlimited desktop
> > size and to drag the FA program window around on it (using the mouse
> > while holding the command key). It's a little clunky, but effectively
> > equivalent to horizontal and vertical scrolling. There must be
> > similar software available for Windows.
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