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on my mac OSX the screen will go from normal to maximum or super magnification,does this after scrolling down a page.have to reload page to clear it. help!
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Keep both your fingers together while scrolling.

2 fingers moving apart magnifies the window.
2 fingers moving together will take the window back to regular size.

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You may also be unconsciously "tapping" your mouse/trackpad. I had that happen to me and it took me an age to figure out what was happening. Now that I'm aware that a two-finger tap will zoom in, I've left it on and just become aware of what my fingers are doing.
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