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Web pages I have finally been able to access the net on my ipaq, but the web pages I`m viewing seem to be squashed for want of a better description, is thee a program or setting I need to sort the problem?

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Hi There is a feature in the browser to view the page in full screen mode. Are you running 2003 OS on the Pocket Pc or Windows 5.0. I will have a better response for you after you indicate the OS on you r pocket pc. Please email me :: hartmansp@inbox.com

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Add the website to your favorites. On the open Web page, open the "Favorites" menu and click "Add to Favorites." Click the "Make Available Offline" check box. To select how much content to download and specify a schedule for periodically updating the page click "Customize" and follow the instructions. Click "OK" to save the page to your hard drive so it can be viewed when offline. Firefox Browse to the Web page you would like to be able to view offline. Click on "File" on the menu bar. Select the "Save Page As" option. In the "Save As Type" bar, select "Web Page, Complete" to make sure that the entire Web page and contents are saved. Select the save location for the webpage. If you do not wan to save the Web page to the default location of the desktop then browse and select a suitable save location on your hard drive. Click "Save". The website will now be able to be viewed in Firefox offline, when you open it from the folder you saved it in. Safari Navigate to the page you wish to view offline. Open the "File" menu in the toolbar. Select "Save As" from the menu. Select the directory that you would like to save the Web page to. In the "Format" box select "Web Archive. " Click "Save." The Web page is now accessible offline, from the saved directory folder and will be opened in Safari.

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Webpage error details User Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; FBSMTWB; GTB7.0; .NET CLR 1.1.4322; .NET CLR 2.0.50727; .NET CLR 3.0.4506.2152; .NET CLR 3.5.30729;...


Your computer is using Version 8 of Internet Explorer, under Windows XP, with the 'ASK.COM' toolbar installed into Internet Explorer.

You tried to access a web-page containing some 'js' ("JavaScript") code, but there was an error-condition that arose while interpreting the JS code.

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what you need to do is access this web page with a different web browser one such as Internet Explorer will allow you to view it. The problem is that comcasts web site dose not support firefox so firefox is having trouble handling the display of it. sorry for the inconvenience.

I hope the helped.

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For better c#code-
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