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Will the G2 ad run much longer?
We are still having problems viewing the postings.
Hoping that another ad will be better.
I think he took it out for a year, ha,ha. I like looking at it, they have a real handsome "pro staff".
Seriously, how many are having trouble, I have 3 different computers, they all view it fine. Maybe some computer geek will come on and shed some light why some have no issues and some do. Is it the servers ???? I have Comcast, not the best but I have no issues with the G2 ad.
I can see the ad fine and while I understand the need for advertising, I dont know of any other websites were a single ad consumes a full 25% of the screen. I don't own G2s (yet) and will buy some during my next upgrade but the ad is a little too much "in your face" and a smaller ad would not sell any fewer of the product....just saying....
OK, lets see if we can figure out why it's apparently huge on some screens and normal on others.
I have a computer screen that is 11.5 x 8.5, the add is 4 x 3, my screen setting is 1400 by 1050. If I change it to 800 x 600, the add as well as all icons on my desktop are huge. Try to change your settings just to see if it's your settings or something else
Go to your desktop (has to be from desktop) right click anywhere that is blank (no icons)on the screen, then scroll down to "properties", move to settings and click on it, go to the slde bar labled resolution, click on it and drag the pointer to 1400 by 1050 (note where the stting is before you cjange it, it can be anywhere from 800 by 600 to 1400 by 1050 (on my computer anyhow) click apply. Now go back to Winni web site and see how it looks.
This will make your desktop icons, etc. smaller as well as make your screen printing etc. a little smaller, but try it.
I leave mine on 1400 by 1050 and everythung looks fine to me and I dont have the best vison.
It would be very interesting to find out if it yiur computer screen settings or the ad it self.
Please don't hold it against the advertiser for something they cant control.
I don't know jack about computers, but I remember someone showing me this setting when I bought a new computer once.
I'm done, heading north.
My screen is 12 x 15 and the ad takes up about 1/3 of the screen on current display setting. The page loading has also slowed downd considerably...