It was just reported on DPReview forums that there is a subscription banner on the Shutterbug web site that is blocking page content and viewers are unable to close it. It's a big banner and in Firefox stays centered on the page. In IE it stays centered on the page but there's an x to close it in the bottom left corner which doesn't work. The x to close it doesn't even appear in Firefox. And in Opera the banner stays anchored to the top of the page but pushes the content down but at least doesn't block content.
Larry, is this supposed to be on the home page? I'm not seeing it in IE8...
I think someone reacted to my post right away and the banner is no longer there in any browser.
Now if someone could only change the page characteristics of this forum so I can enlarge the text to read it without having to scroll. Currently the only way I don't have to scroll is to use a magnifying glass.
Gettin' old like the rest of us, eh?
I'm 76 and my eyes are all too well worn, but with an Apple Mac and a very inexpensive 22 inch LGE display for my office none of the problems you guys are referring to are present. Fonts are just right, and paging is no problem.
I think if the boss would allow, I should write a complete article on what you get that supports digital photography with a Mac on delivery, and what the differences for me have been between 10 years of PC Windows and now 10 years with Apple Macs.
Oh! Well no one would listen so why should I bother??????