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How the hell this is done ?

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look at http://www.nexicom.net/~gthomson/org/hairy.jpg

after picture loads, it shrinks to fit the window.

is that browser settings or some server-side trick ???
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makc,
> is that browser settings or some server-side trick ???

That's a browser setting.  You're using IE6, right?
To disable it:
1) Select Options -> Advanced
2) Go to Multimedia -> Enable Automatic Image Resizing

Hope that helps,
Dex*
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yes, that does. very annoying.
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