OT: This may be just a rant!
This, to me, is a quirk of Windows 7...when I type text into a window
(any browser) and I have to go back within the text and set the
cursor...it doesn't line-up and falls in the wrong spot! (almost like
the center of each character is different) WTF!
It doesn't happen with my XP machines.
Anyone else notice this or know of a fix?
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