|07 Feb 2012||#1|
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Facebook is rendering wrong in all browsers.
Facebook should normally be centered yet it's rendering to the left. Originally this was only happening in firefox, but when i uninstalled/reinstalled firefox, it started happening in all 3 browsers.
and in all 3 browsers, if i zoom one level up or down, it corrects itself, it only happens at the default zoom.
This is my topic at firefox support where i tried to get help. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/qu...#answer-307402
And this is what i've done to try and fix it:
-Cleared cache through all 3 programs.
-cleared offline cache in firefox
-manually removed cache files from computer
-used third party program to clear all cache files from computer
-tested font size
-started firefox in safe mode
-checked advanced font settings
-erased firefox profile and made a new one
-erased my antivirus and firewall and tried with none running
-restarted the router 5 times.
So i have tried all of that, and i've had no change. now that it's happening on all 3 browsers this is no longer a firefox issue but a computer issue.
3 other computers in my house do not experience this issue. All 3 are on windows 7, additionally, my 3 android devices (galaxy nexus android 4.0, nexus one, android 2.3, and asus transformer android 3.2) are not experiencing this either.
so now i come here because you guys have been able to help me out before, and i really hope you can now. because this is the dumbest thing i've ever experienced on a computer but it's so annoying i'm desperate for help.
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