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I have the iMac 24" 2.8 GHz Aluminum which I got 2 weeks ago. It's gorgeous and all, and something I just noticed.

When I view a webpage, sometimes the letters are bunched up and I try to make the text bigger or smaller, but it seems consistent. Is this a common issue with this version or am I going out of my mind?

If I view say instance www.cnn.com, the text becomes jumbled up like its squished or something and I make the text bigger it's fine, but I seem to have to do this to most websites that I visit.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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Does the CNN site not look ok if you change the font size using apple shift + or apple shift -

I've just tried it and it looks fine whatever text size I choose.

Are you using Safari?
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Maybe show us a screenshot?
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I tried to use the Apple Key + and - and it's fine, but when I goto another website, it's still the same thing.
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It happens sometimes. Try resetting Safari, trying a different browser like Firefox, or restarting your mac.

To reset Safari, in the menubar, Safari > Reset Safari.
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