Browser Window and Monitor Size
This website is optimised for a browser window at least 800 x 600 pixels. If your monitor displays a smaller area, or the browser window is not maximised (full screen) you may need to scroll the display both horizontally and vertically to read all the content. If you have this problem, first try maximising the browser window to full screen display. Even with the smallest 640 x 480 monitor display, you should be able to get the whole of this grey green panel on your screen.
To establish the size of your screen display in Windows, right click on any blank part of your desktop display, select [Properties] from the bottom of the drop-down menu, then the [Settings] tab at the top of the Display Properties window. The section labelled [Screen area] will show your current display resolution, which you may adjust if necessary. Accept the change when prompted (if you want to). If the resultant display is illegible, it will revert to the original setting in about 15 seconds provided you press no keys.
The content of this site is expected to display correctly using Internet Explorer v.5 (or later) with normal settings. Performance with other browsers cannot at present be guaranteed, but basic compatibility with Mozilla Firefox is satisfactory. If you encounter a display problem, please notify us, describing the problem and including details of the type and version of the browser you are using. We will do our best to resolve the problem. This website has NOT been tested for compatibility wih Apple Macintosh computers.
Out of Date Information
When you access a website, the pages you view are stored on your PC - in a cache. Next time you view the same website, the browser may use information stored in the cache to speed up the display of pages. If it does this and you believe there should be more up-to-date information available, use the Screen Refresh option (usually the F5 key at the top of your keyboard). This will refresh the page, forcing it to be downloaded again with current data.
Avoiding and Preventing Spam (Unsolicited e-mail)
The problem of unsolicited e-mail (spam) is one from which all internet users suffer, to a greater or lesser extent. We ask you to respect our request not to circulate our e-mail address to friends or acquaintances as a by-product of forwarding interesting, amusing or joke messages to them. Ultimately, this practice of circulating e-mail, together with a large number of embedded or hidden e-mail addresses increases the generation of spam, and makes more addresses available for the spammers to use. Protect your own and everyone else's interests by resisting the temptation to join in this damaging activity.
Any Other Problems?
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