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With FF, Amazon pages are microscopic, other sites OK. Amazon OK with Chrome

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Something happened to Firefox (I guess): now Amazon pages have microscopically small fonts and images, but all other sites are normal. Using Chrome, Amazon is normal.
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Dave Baldwin earned 500 total points
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Try pressing Ctl-0 to reset the 'zoom'.  Zoom is also located under 'View' on the menu.
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by:E. Douglas (Doug) Jensen
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Thank you !!!!
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You're welcome!
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