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  1. Lounger
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    On my new 23inch monitor using Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit the native screen resolution is 1920x1080. The Pogo game applet is a set size so that at that resolution the game applet is so small I can hardly read it. Resizing the game page only resizes the left side instructions, but not the game applet itself. Having to switch screen resolutions in the middle of browsing etc. is not a good option. Is there someway for me to re-size the appearance of the applet itself?

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    I've heard of "magnifying glass" type utilities for earlier versions of Windows, so there may be one compatible with Windows 7. But I don't know whether they actually enlarge the click area or whether you have to move the mouse very, very carefully.

    Here was the top Google result in my quick search: Virtual Magnifying Glass 3.3.2 (open source, for Vista and earlier).

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    That's an interesting idea and it does magnify the applet area, but as soon as I start clicking the mouse to play the game, the magnifier goes away. Perhaps there is another similar program that will allow one to use the mouse while keeping a magnified image or a smaller resolution.

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