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  • #16
    Originally posted by curaga View Post
    Also looks fine here on Opera.
    Ditto on the Firefox 14.0.1. I checked, and it's valid HTML 4.0 Strict according to validator.w3.org, and my Web Developer toolbar shows it as valid html/css/javascript.... Do you possibly have some add-on that's interfering?

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Veerappan View Post
      Ditto on the Firefox 14.0.1. I checked, and it's valid HTML 4.0 Strict according to validator.w3.org, and my Web Developer toolbar shows it as valid html/css/javascript.... Do you possibly have some add-on that's interfering?
      The same addon on 4 different browsers? :-/ In any event, no; there are no addons.

      This is the URL, btw, in case people were testing another one or something:

      http://clang.llvm.org/docs/UsersManual.html#intro

      But no one answered my question though: does the text wrap correctly? (Try resizing the browser window, for example.) Line length is always fixed here. The only case where all of text is visible is when using a widescreen monitor. (Of course even then it's problematic because text with such a big width is not easy to read.)

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      • #18
        Yes, it wraps correctly.



        Time to check your network then. Maybe your provider has started altering the unencrypted stream to insert ads, etc.

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        • #19
          Weird. I rebooted and it works for me too now. WTH? I've no idea what could have caused this.

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