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UI issue with Malwarebytes Browser Guard in Firefox on laptop


tomdkat

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Hi! I was helping a friend resolve a Firefox issue when I installed Malwarebytes Browser guard.  After the installation, I noticed the browser guard window appears chopped off, at the bottom. In fact, after entering an email address, the blue button that appears below the email address field was chopped off and I couldn't read the text of the button.  I pressed enter "hoping" it would accept the address.

His laptop is running Windows 7 @ 1366x768 screen resolution.  Attached is a screenshot of the "Statistics" screen, that illustrates the issue.

Is this forum the appropriate place to report this kind of issue or is there a more appropriate place?   As for the version of browser guard, I downloaded it *today* (12-7-2019), so I presume I got the latest version.

Thanks in advance!

Peace...

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On my 1920x1080 display, Browser Guard takes up roughly 600 vertical pixels (or < 60%) on that same screen. Your friend should probably check his Windows display settings to see if he is using settings that cause magnification.  I don't think its a Browser Guard issue, although life does throw surprises at me now and then.  The devs may not be reading this board until Monday, so if I am wrong, report back and expect a delay in their response.

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4 minutes ago, gonzo said:

On my 1920x1080 display, Browser Guard takes up roughly 600 vertical pixels (or < 60%) on that same screen. Your friend should probably check his Windows display settings to see if he is using settings that cause magnification.  I don't think its a Browser Guard issue, although life does throw surprises at me now and then.  The devs may not be reading this board until Monday, so if I am wrong, report back and expect a delay in their response.

Great point!  I'll have them check their Windows display settings.

Thanks for the reply!

Peace...

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