Idyllic, I haven't been using FF for a long time since I switched to a new laptop, but it has become my default browser. One thing it doesn't do well is display the option for zooming in and out very well.
Try the following: while pressing the Control key, also press the + (plus) or - (minus) sign and your screen should zoom accordingly. It appears FF remembers your last zoom level when you exit and will retain this level, while keeping other sites at their last zoom level viewed. It doesn't apply this zoom level to all sites.
Another way to get to the zoom levels is to display the menu bar (under options), then go to Menu ---> Zoom. Hope that helped.
I knew it was something I did but could not figure out what.
You are a life saver!!
That exactly was the key. I somehow shrink things that way for this site.
It drove me crazy. Man I cannot believe how cumbersome Explorer is for an Internet Forum.
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