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1  Software Support / Programming Problems / problems with table layout on: November 12, 2007, 03:14:24 PM
I am trying out a couple of layouts for presenting some information in
table format. Basically, two tables side by side.

Table 1: 3 rows, one column fixed width.
table 2: A calendar format with 3 rows.

In FF they are displayed as I want them. Even if I include an overflow
to force a horizontal scrollbar. Ok I know. But if horizontal
scrollbars are not desired, then why do we have them?
In IE the overflow is totally ignored.

Should I happen to have in table 1, a 4th line of text, then the <hr>
I use as a seperator, shows up floating beside table 1, not underneath
it as it should.
Easily fixed with a <br> but I feel that should not be necessary.

In IE, A horizontal scroll bar is not displayed until the data is
forced way beyond the edge unlike in FF. Then table 2 drops below
table 1 which is not where I want it.


In another format, I simply place table 2 under table 1. Which is ok
but just doesn't look right.


Anyone have a site that discusses this problem and how to work around
it so that the browsers are satisfied and the tables show as I want?
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2  Computer Related Discussions / General Discussions / do you turn off your computer or leave it on? on: November 12, 2007, 03:12:28 PM
I have heard from a few friends that its best just to keep it on, but i have also heard that you should turn it off so you dont get virus'es etc..
Anyone got any thoghts on this ?
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3  Hardware Support / Overclocking, Cooling & Modding Problems / Help overclocking ATI tool on: November 12, 2007, 03:07:59 PM
Hey i have an Nvidia 6200 SE with turbo cache and i would like to overclock it. I mademany attempts kinda. I tried out ati tool but for some reason and error pops up saying my kernal driver is not enabled. Not sure what this is but how do i enable it. ANd then after this i tried riva tuner which made my computer get the blue screen of death. so can someone answer my question about ati tool because it looks like the best way to overlock my video card. and easiest.
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