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dayneh88

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#1
when i try to rename an icon, after a couple of letters it goes onto a new line. i don't want that, i want it to keep going like it used to do i don't want it to make a new line, can anyone help me, its asap

thanks
dayne:mad: :mad: :mad:
 

Sazar

F@H - Is it in you?
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Political User
#2
ok what happens? when you press tab or just a couple of letters..

it should not skip to the next line... doesn't do it on mine.. and have never had that problem with any of the windows o/s's I have ever had...

hence I can't really help you...

you say it did nt do it before... perhaps you should see when the problem started and do a system restore to the day before :) that usually takes care of a lot of problems... make sure you know what a system restore is please before you take ANY steps...

g.luck :D
 
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dayneh88

Guest
#3
its hard to explain but when i try to rename the my computer icon, i type in my computer and then once i click enter this is what the icon says after
"My
Comp..." and the comp bit is on a new line.
What it should say is, "My Computer" on just one line.
It didn't do this about 5-6 hours ago, and all i did was change my icon size to 128 in the registry, and that didn't work so i changed them back to 48 in the properties box on the desktop.

can anyone help me please i am in dire straits!!

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Grandmaster

Electronica Addict
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#4
hmm... this is baffling, can u provide a screenshot? just go to your desktop and press 'Print Screen' on your keyboard.... then go to MS Paint, and then press Ctrl+V... Save the image, and attach it here.. for us to see..
 
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Static 99

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#6
Don't know if this works, but there's an option in XP to change the horizontal/vertical space between your icons.

Right click on your desktop --> properties --> view? --> advanced.
Click on the dropdown menu, and scroll down untill you find something like: Space between icons (Horiz.)

I have a Dutch version of XP so i'm not sure if "view" and "Space between icons" is translated correcly.
 
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stuy_b

Guest
#9
have you tried changing the font size for your icons under advanced display properties, if the text size is above10 you will xp-erience your problem.
 
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dayneh88

Guest
#10
I DID IT!!!
Its finally working, this may sound strange, but all i did was change the windows theme from WinXP Styles > Silver to Windows Classic and it fixed the problem.

Thats sounds like bullshit, oh well, its fixed.

Thanks to everyone who help, I am really appreciate it,
thanx
dayne
 

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