Opera and CODE tags

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    Question Opera and CODE tags

    Hello all,

    I just switched to Opera, I like it, but whenever someone puts somthing in CODE tags, it appears HUGE. Does anyone know offhand what setting to change to fix this?

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    unistall Opera!!!
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    Originally posted by Betazep
    unistall Opera!!!
    Pah.......I would much rather suffer having to scroll across to read code tags than to suffer with all the crap I got with Internet Explorer....

    It would be nice to fix it though....then Opera would be the 100% best browser in the world!

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    Yes I like Opera, I would just like to know if there is a setting somewhere that would display the CODE'ed text like MSIE does

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    Have you tried squinting? Sometimes that helps.
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    Re: Opera and CODE tags

    Originally posted by Imperito
    just switched to Opera, I like it, but whenever someone puts somthing in CODE tags, it appears HUGE. Does anyone know offhand what setting to change to fix this?
    That's funny. Opera doesn't do that to me. What it does to me, and only when visiting Cprogramming, is that this blak thingie (very technical term there, thingie), zooms from the left side of the screen to the right side. But this only happens at the top of the page, where the advertisement is. Go figure!
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