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Windows 7: Compatibility View Settings


29 Apr 2010   #1

Windows 7
 
 
Compatibility View Settings

When I loginto www.webkinz.com IE8 pulls up a Compatibility View window. After I login, I don't get the full screen. This is annoying. I have gone to tools, compatibility view settings and made sure no websites were on the list. Even after a reboot I get the same problem.

Any ideas where else you can eliminate the Compatibility View settings?

Paul
Parker, CO

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01 May 2010   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by 56BelAir View Post
When I loginto www.webkinz.com IE8 pulls up a Compatibility View window. After I login, I don't get the full screen. This is annoying. I have gone to tools, compatibility view settings and made sure no websites were on the list. Even after a reboot I get the same problem.

Any ideas where else you can eliminate the Compatibility View settings?

Paul
Parker, CO
Well Paul from Parker, Colorado, I don't have a webkinz code so I couldn't login but the only thing that could be causing this is the fact that the Webkinz.com Web site is not coded to be fully compatible with IE8. Being there are discrepancies, stuff like this is bound to happen.

It might be worth checking out a different browser such as Google Chrome [www.google.com/chrome] or Mozilla Firefox [www.getfirefox.com].
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