Tell me, is this blurry? I was browsing these sites looking for a new border idea, or image. To make a new sig with, when all of a sudden my monitor went blurry. It also has given the GamingForums text, and images an almost 3D look. http://www.designsaroundyou.com/index2.html Just check the attachment, and tell me if its blurry (the card) or if its not blurry.(the monitor). -EDIT- Wow, I finally fixed it. Changed refresh rate. However upon return to the first Link, it reappeared. Fascinating effect. Any idea how it works? -/EDIT-
The links arent, but the attachment is blurry.
Thanks for the reply. I know it has something to do with the first link. I use Firefox, and run at 800x600 res. Everytime I visit it, the whole screen get Anti-Aliased, and get semi 3D text.
I have to exit out of the browsing window, to clear it, rather than just the TAB. Perhaps this should be moved to the HTML sub-forum. As I would like to know how to duplicate the effect, in HTML XML or Java.
lol this post contains a virus on the second link dont click it... nice try.
nighthawksololol this post contains a virus on the second link dont click it... nice try.
:eek: :confused: Perhaps its the blurring?
What Browser are you using? What Anti-Virus?
I use Norton Anti-Virus, and AVG 7.
If there is a virus then can someone edit the link out? As it isn't relevant anymore anyway. I would have deleted it, but I can't.
I ran my Anti-Virus, and Anti-Spyware, no problem. Then again, Firefox doesn't have ActiveX, I'm well protected from Viruses.
I didn't even put them up to link to, just to indicate the sites I've visited, when the problem occured. If I had wanted to get you to link to them, I would have made it fancier.
The coolest Site in the world :cool: CLICK IT! :lol: ^ that is where I found the first 2 sites...
right click on desktop, go to properties, advanced settings. find anti-aliasing and turn it off. apply, restart, voila.
i use vsheild, and virus scan on windows server 2004, i can get yah the virus name again if you like:beer:
parad0xright click on desktop, go to properties, advanced settings. find anti-aliasing and turn it off. apply, restart, voila.[/QUOTE]
It is off, it has been off. It was set to always off. Not application control.
This has nothing to do with that anyway. It has to do with this site. http://www.designsaroundyou.com/index2.html My Java Console came up again... Its got to be a Java script.
Set your RES to 1024x768 or less, and click on that link. ;) While you at it, view GF at 800x600, while that link is in another window, and then Close that window. See what happens (tabs won't work).
[QUOTE=nighthawksolo]i use vsheild, and virus scan on windows server 2004, i can get yah the virus name again if you like:beer:
Yes, if you don't mind... vShield known to detect false Viruses, and is known to not detect quite a few, real viruses. AVG is known to not detect 1 or 2 viruses, but never detects a false virus. Norton is known to not detect quite a few...
yeah highering your res to 1024x768 or high should make it better, because on high res screens, anti aliasing, it sort of blurrs the pixels around a certain pixel, so if you had 1 black pixel in the middle of lots of whites, some of those whites would turn grey with AA on, so it looks smoother and less 'jaggy'
heh, sorry. the antialiasing was my problem. use zonealarm, it detects EVERYTHING. even modifications of viruses. it has not missed a virus since i installed it 2 months ago. it catches the ones i put on there (i program, so i hav e a bit of "malicious code" for a few special people :)) and the ones that i dont mean to get. damn pr0n sites.... :D jk or am i?