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Chris,

I have no such box in the position you mentioned: just three lines with three points that link me to stock market and meteo. I suppose it's not the same thing. I am using Safari, maybe with another browser the little magic box would appear. The black bar with the horizontal list of forums is so little and blurred that I swear I read Screaming Audio instead of Streaming Audio. But the former would be a perfectly legitimate thread too.

Ardbeg10Y,

I have a Mac. Have tried ctrl + and ctrl – but (luckily) nothing happened.

Adam,

I found no screw on either side. I must have lost it long ago, which would explain a few things. Do you happen to also know what was its proper function? I suspect it was behind my right ear (although I am not a real European but an apprentice citizen of the great unknown), because all the right side of my body works slightly worse than the left one, although this could have something to do with my political orientation. I'm sorry for the little screw: I hate losing parts of my body. Thanks for the info, anyway.

Max

Huge posted:

I though everything on a Mac was supposed to "just work" - maybe the telepathic interface has got knocked out of calibration! 

Oh, it is designed that way... selection options are very few.

The feature I was alluding to is used on retina-display MacBooks - By default it scales the resolution down from, say 2560 x 1600 for a 13" model, to an 'apparent' 1280 x 800 - this makes the screen appear ultra sharp and crispy for regular use.
A user can use a full-scale screen, which may be beneficial for some programmes like music production (DAW) software, whcih require more fields to be visible at the same time.

But this requires a manual change.
In this case all programmes supporting the extra high resolution (like Safari) may have to be simply closed and re-started to benefit.

Max_B posted:

Chris,

I have no such box in the position you mentioned: just three lines with three points that link me to stock market and meteo. I suppose it's not the same thing. I am using Safari, maybe with another browser the little magic box would appear. The black bar with the horizontal list of forums is so little and blurred that I swear I read Screaming Audio instead of Streaming Audio. But the former would be a perfectly legitimate thread too.

Ardbeg10Y,

I have a Mac. Have tried ctrl + and ctrl – but (luckily) nothing happened.

Adam,

I found no screw on either side. I must have lost it long ago, which would explain a few things. Do you happen to also know what was its proper function? I suspect it was behind my right ear (although I am not a real European but an apprentice citizen of the great unknown), because all the right side of my body works slightly worse than the left one, although this could have something to do with my political orientation. I'm sorry for the little screw: I hate losing parts of my body. Thanks for the info, anyway.

Max

In a Mac is command + and command -

I never suspected that William Holden had such a voice. The problem with dubbed films, is that even the face itself of actors change with the dubbed voice...

I have seen, for years, A summer place dubbed in Italian and Arthur Kennedy's voice sounded like a drunken clown's; then I once saw the original, and he suddenly became a very dignified, tragic character.

Anyway, I am still big; it's the forum that's become small.

M

Adam Zielinski posted:

Ciao Max

Is it a MacBook? Which version of the OS?

You may need to adjust the default screen resolution and re-start the apps for the effect to be properly visible.

Adam

CIao Adam,

sorry for late reply. It's an early 2011 MacBook Pro 13", with Sierra OS. I still have to investigate all the things that are not explicitly written in a paper manual.

Best

M

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