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Scrolling text on a pane chops off the last sentence. Compatibility?

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A web site has multiple panes, each with an image and a small amount of text. The last line of text on one of these panes is illegible, largely because it is covered by a button which links to other pages. I can see that just over the top of the button there are squiggly marks. I know those squiggly marks are the top of the covered text because the text appears clearly on an IE 11 browser. I am using Firefox 28.0

A web site has multiple panes, each with an image and a small amount of text. The last line of text on one of these panes is illegible, largely because it is covered by a button which links to other pages. I can see that just over the top of the button there are squiggly marks. I know those squiggly marks are the top of the covered text because the text appears clearly on an IE 11 browser. I am using Firefox 28.0

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HIT CONTROL -[MINUS] ->WHEN U REDUCE SIZE IT MIGHT BECOME VISIBLE DO NOT JOIN ANYTHING OR SIGN ANYTHING THAT MIGHT HAVE SHADOW INTENTIONS>>WRITE OR CALL THE SOURCE & ASK!

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Выбранное решение

HIT CONTROL -[MINUS] ->WHEN U REDUCE SIZE IT MIGHT BECOME VISIBLE DO NOT JOIN ANYTHING OR SIGN ANYTHING THAT MIGHT HAVE SHADOW INTENTIONS>>WRITE OR CALL THE SOURCE & ASK!

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mtrillo,

URL of a webpage where that happens?

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Didn't think to reduce the size of the entire contents because i was thinking of the pane as an image with scalable text. The developer wasn't very helpful, and didn't seem to care for Firefox users. He suggested I use Tools/Compatibility View Settings, which is, of course an IE function. I don't know if Firefox has a similar function and I couldn't find one, but this answer does the trick nicely. Thanks!

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