Your own screen resolution will make things different for you. Not to mention the color of images.
So after carefully arranging my blog this way and that, I knew that it looked different in the laptop than my regular pc. So i tried to do something that would fit the general audience, or at least something in between.
Well, after all the intense drama of losing my dear hard drive (who would've known that I would grow so attached to a little metal box!) we have new guts, otherwise known as OS. aka "now I'm a Mac user"
But guess what? I am totally lost. Worse than in the laptop.
Yes I am whining, hear me across the country, and well into Tierra del Fuego and echoing in New Zealand.
I know everyone loves Macs. And believe me, I like to try new things.... but this was unexpected, uncalled for and not even in my list of "things I want to do for my art".
Just now I finally learned how to make the font larger so I can see what I'm doing. Changing the resolution was not the answer, I tried.
And that brings me to the topic of this post (after I drove you nuts complaining): My blog looks so different! I am using the same monitor, but the blog is all different.
I will change it so it will be very simple and closer to what I mean, not whatever the browsers happen to show.
But that will be after I finish getting applications and programs. So far I can't see a bunch of stuff due to that, even if we were told it had it, even by the browser freshly downloaded.
Thanks for visiting. I will turn off the sad background violin music now :o)