Ancestry.com has a search window in the third level tabs bar. That search window allows the user to "find a person in this tree." What is happening is that regardless w… (Lesen Sie mehr)
Ancestry.com has a search window in the third level tabs bar. That search window allows the user to "find a person in this tree." What is happening is that regardless what size I select for viewing, there are several tabs which belong in the second level tabs bar which have dropped to the third level tabs bar, displacing the "find a person" window tab. It never returns to the proper level. Thus I must always always always scroll to the right to access the "find a person" search tab.
The spacing this problem suggests to me is also manifest when attempting to add records to a particular family member. It does so by taking the entire image and loading it at dead center, thus losing all comparative info in the right side of the image. It simply falls off the page. There is no way to scroll out to it, even.
I've been using Firefox with Ancestry for 3 years without major problems which seems unfixable. This has proven impossible thus far. Can anyone help?
BTW, I have a "SNIP" of the comparative windows between Firefox and IE to share which illustrates the problems.