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Old 03-25-2013, 08:25 PM   #41
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I *think* I spotted Waldo...but I had it zoomed in 400% and the resolution wasn't as clear as I'd like.
How do you pull things in 400%?
All I ever see is...SOMETIMES a magnifying glass but even at that it does not pull things in very much, larger.
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Old 03-25-2013, 08:42 PM   #42
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Yeah, I was afraid you'd ask what a mini-cooper was doing there. Would you believe it's for Dyngus Day, Monday? There is a raffle for it and a lot of people are driving up to the location to see it. It has absolutely nothing to do with Where's Waldo though. But you are right, so far...
I had to look up Dyngus Day.

I have to admit, that is good advertising for the raffle.

...and, I now I *think* I'm right with Waldo.

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How do you pull things in 400%?
All I ever see is...SOMETIMES a magnifying glass but even at that it does not pull things in very much, larger.
Hmmm...I think I'm using Internet Explorer, which has a magnifying glass in lower right corner (right above the time and date on my computer). There is a small down arrow that allows you to pick up to 400%--if not, for the arrow, I can only click between 100, 125, or 150%. (Hope this helps.)

Gotta get to bed...not even sure what to make of your over-abundance of signage!
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Old 03-26-2013, 06:39 AM   #43
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Pretty odd event that Dyngus day. What is Dyngus Day? Traditions, Schedules, Maps & More!

Nothing above the area you mentioned in the lower right but the down arrow for the slide bar that moves the screen.
Maybe it's something you installed. A magnification gadget? I looked into that area, but I don't see the option.
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Hava, are you using Internet Explorer, Chrome or Firefox?
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I think I see a little extra nub on the top right of the building. Close or way off?
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BTW, being born in Rochester with my Mom and her side of the family, who mostly lived in the Buffalo area, of Polish decent I don't know why I never heard of Dyngus Day but it sounds like great fun!
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Hava, are you using Internet Explorer, Chrome or Firefox?
I THINK Google chrome because that is what I click upon to pull in the screen filled with my most used sites (I guess that's what you'd call them) but it also says..........
I'm not signed into chrome in the upper right hand side so I really don't know how I'm functioning here.

I'm one of those computer dummies that will not try to alter anything if I'm gimping along ok because I've been known to tamper with things to the point of going poof.... disabling things so we're not able to get back on the air anyhow, anywhere! I've been a No touchy meeeeOh any moreOhhhhh for quite some time now.
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I think I see a little extra nub on the top right of the building. Close or way off?
That is what I saw too.
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Nothing above the area you mentioned in the lower right but the down arrow for the slide bar that moves the screen.
Maybe it's something you installed. A magnification gadget? I looked into that area, but I don't see the option.
Nothing I installed.

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Hava, are you using Internet Explorer, Chrome or Firefox?
I think Sage is right, we need to know which you are using to know how to get your magnification.
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