• Display problem in Answers only?

    Hi, my 3 year old grandson was mucking about on the keyboard while I was on Yahoo Answers this afternoon. Somehow, he managed to shrink the screen (just the answers panel) so small I cannot read it! This is ONLY on Answers, and only on Yahoo. All other sites are fine, as are other areas in Yahoo, such as mail and news. I cannot find just how he... show more
    Hi, my 3 year old grandson was mucking about on the keyboard while I was on Yahoo Answers this afternoon. Somehow, he managed to shrink the screen (just the answers panel) so small I cannot read it! This is ONLY on Answers, and only on Yahoo. All other sites are fine, as are other areas in Yahoo, such as mail and news. I cannot find just how he managed to do this, and cannot find a way in settings or anywhere else to fix the problem. Has anyone seen this, know what has happened, or how to correct it? I am currently using my 2nd. computer. My browser is Firefox 12. Any working suggestions would be appreciated!
    4 answers · Software · 6 years ago
  • Painting doll ceramic components?

    My wife is a doll collector. Unfortunately, I accidentally knocked one of her dolls down while putting up Xmas decorations. Both of its legs smashed to pieces. I have reassembled them with superglue, but some parts were so shattered I had to fill in with fibreglass filler. That has all gone well, but now the legs look patchy. So I'm wondering if... show more
    My wife is a doll collector. Unfortunately, I accidentally knocked one of her dolls down while putting up Xmas decorations. Both of its legs smashed to pieces. I have reassembled them with superglue, but some parts were so shattered I had to fill in with fibreglass filler. That has all gone well, but now the legs look patchy. So I'm wondering if anybody knows what sort of product or paint might be used to resurface the legs? They are unglazed, and are the natural colour of the clay. I can only describe the colour as "dusty pink". Any suggestions would be very much appreciated!
    3 answers · Hobbies & Crafts · 10 years ago
  • Power supply burnout running 4 monitors?

    A relative of mine, a software engineer in his own business recently upgraded his work computer. He is running 4 LCD monitors from 2 video cards, but twice now, the PC power supply has failed. The supplier has replaced it, but suggests he has "too much running from a 10A. surge- protected power board". The 4 monitors and the PC are all... show more
    A relative of mine, a software engineer in his own business recently upgraded his work computer. He is running 4 LCD monitors from 2 video cards, but twice now, the PC power supply has failed. The supplier has replaced it, but suggests he has "too much running from a 10A. surge- protected power board". The 4 monitors and the PC are all connected to it. I don't know what the individual current draw of these monitors are, but I fail to see any connection between the surge protector and the PC power supply becoming damaged. All 4 monitors display the same image. Has anyone any ideas on the subject?
    4 answers · Other - Hardware · 1 decade ago