stupid Mac

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  1. Lakak

    Lakak New Member

    ok, my mac is being *** again. Everything is enlarged, and its not just zoomed in. the cursor is big, files are big, I can't even see my avvy when I enter pokegym.

    Plz help before my dad yells at me for breaking my PC accidently.
  2. Azure Kite

    Azure Kite New Member

    Well that doesn't sound good....first, restart your Mac. Assuming you've done that try to remember if theres something you did to have caused that then try to undo it. second, your dad probly wont yell at you for something like that, cuz I know some friends who have all the text and everything enlarged on they're computer too. Most likely you just need to pull up an option thing and select "zoom out".
  3. secretsof2113

    secretsof2113 Moderator Trader Feedback Mod

    Go to finder, click view, and click view options. You should be able to shrink everything there.
  4. Lakak

    Lakak New Member

    btw, I'm using a Mac Pro. Apparently, theres really no zoom button that can make my cursor not huge. If I could compare how my PC looked, I would say it looked like those pre-school versions of Lego.

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    hehe, its all good now. Just had to change resolution :p

    mods, either lock this or make it a Mac help thread and move it somewhere else appropiate.
    Last edited: Sep 25, 2007
  5. Azure Kite

    Azure Kite New Member

  6. Mew*

    Mew* Active Member

    Go into system preferences and click on display!

    Then change the screen resolution to a higher amount. I believe you have your resolution so low, that everything can't fit on the screen.

    macs aren't stupid

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    Oh! System Preferences' icon is a little white light switch with an apple to the right

    If it isn't on your desktop or dock, check you applications folder for it
    Last edited: Sep 25, 2007

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