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Many pages are rendered way too wide, so one has to scroll sideways, which is never fun. I tried in both IE and Firefox with the same result. As example:
http://www.phy.ntnu.edu.tw/ntnujava/search.php
In spite of having 1024 pix width on my screen, 30% of the picture is outside on the right.

I have tried to add a poll here, but I don't see it in the preview.
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The problem has been fixed!
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