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  • Get your screen width back to 100%

    This was posted by Matt Burnside over in the Guitar Jam forum- I'm reposting here since it makes such a huge difference.  Kudos go to him

    Download and install GreaseMonkey for your browser  (My note- the Chrome version is called TamperMonkey)

    Install this script

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/31164238/Make_HC_fullscreen.user.js

    Refresh

    Voila

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    There's an easier way - hold Ctrl and use the mouse scroll wheel to adjust the width.

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    • Mad Tele
      Mad Tele commented
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      Anderton wrote:

      There's an easier way - hold Ctrl and use the mouse scroll wheel to adjust the width.


      this. now its a 90% better experience.


    • TheFigurehead
      TheFigurehead commented
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      Anderton wrote:

      There's an easier way - hold Ctrl and use the mouse scroll wheel to adjust the width.


      Funny, though...

      I don't seem to have to do that for ANY OTHER SITE ON THE ENTIRETY OF THE INTERNET. 

       

      Somehow, the rest of the world, save for the developers at Jive and Lithium, have figured out how to use a whole browser window. 


    • edremy
      edremy commented
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      Anderton wrote:

      There's an easier way - hold Ctrl and use the mouse scroll wheel to adjust the width.


      You're not on a Mac, are you?  That doesn't work there- Control-mousewheel zooms the entire screen, it doesn't adjust the width of the window container


  • #3
    Better yet, I go to a web site and it works without my intervention!
    We're not in Kansas anymore.

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    • jrockbridge
      jrockbridge commented
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      If you get a CRX error trying to download TamperMonkey via the Google Chrome app store, try to login via your Chrome account and it should fix it.


  • #4

    edremy wrote:

    This was posted by Matt Burnside over in the Guitar Jam forum- I'm reposting here since it makes such a huge difference.  Kudos go to him

    Download and install GreaseMonkey for your browser  (My note- the Chrome version is called TamperMonkey)

    Install this script

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/31164238/Make_HC_fullscreen.user.js

    Refresh

    Voila


    Thanks.  It worked like a charm once I logged into Google.  

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    • #5
      Why do we have to install 3rd party plugins into our browsers in order to view a website? Is this just one if those bugs that they will work out?
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