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images automatically open to enlarged size when reading news stories mediacomtoday.com

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this started about a month ago i called mediacom and they believe it is a glitch in firefox this does not happen if i use internet explorer the pics associated with news stories open for a brief few seconds at the right size then change to enlarged size and block most of the text

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you can do a reset when you go to firefox > help > troubleshooting information (it will keep your bookmarks & passwords) - there's certainly a good change that it will solve the issue...

Reset Firefox – easily fix most problems

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philipp
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hello geo1000, try to press ctrl+0 ('zero') while you're on the page in order to reset the zoom level or in case this doesn't work also go through the other common troubleshooting steps at Websites look wrong or appear differently than they should

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tried the ctrl 0 and did not help tried the other option before i contacted firefox and it did not help I would like to possibly try a reset but not sure how to do it or if it would hlp

philipp
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you can do a reset when you go to firefox > help > troubleshooting information (it will keep your bookmarks & passwords) - there's certainly a good change that it will solve the issue...

Reset Firefox – easily fix most problems