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Old 12-07-2003, 10:04 PM   #1
mooreted
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Macromedia Plugin for Firebird--Overlapping Text


I have Mozilla Firebird 0.7 with the Macromedia Flash plugin. When I open a quiz on the Cisco site the text is almost too small to read. When I maximize the window the text gets bigger (which is nice) but then the lines of text overlap each other so I can't read them.

Is there any way to adjust the way Macromedia displays text? Or some other fix for this problem?

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