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Hi
I have a problem with internet explorer with fusion
when I go to Unity Mode,
when ever I try to scroll down, it just do the zoom in/out thing
(by the way, I use macbook pro w/ leopard)
could I fix this problem without changing my macbook's normal zoom setting?
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