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Rather embarrassed to ask this as I've used Macs for many years, and I fear this is nose-on-my-face stuff, but today my PB G4 started not automatically resizing text in Mail. Rather than the text automatically reformatting when I resize the screen, I have the blue bar across the bottom. Have quickly checked our iMac and see no obvious diffs.
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