My Internet Explorer window is resizing JTWC graphics, which makes the text illegible. How do I correct this?
This problem occurs when using Microsoft Explorer version 6.0+. To prevent Explorer from automatically resizing the graphics, select the ‘Tools’ menu, ‘Internet Options’. From there, select the ‘Advanced’ tab and scroll down to ‘Multimedia’. Find the box next to ‘Enable Automatic Image Resizing’ and uncheck the box. Back to top Q: Does JTWC have a subscription service to automatically send me warnings? A: JTWC does not offer a subscription-based service. Back to top Q: What is the purpose of the Wind Probability products? A: Wind probability products are intended to convey the likelihood of significant winds occurring at specific locations. The products are currently under development and are only being created for the Northwestern Pacific basin. JTWC welcomes comments from its customers concerning the format and utility of the wind probability products. Back to top Q: What is depicted on the Wind Probability Graphics? A: Wind probability graphics show the cumulative probability (from
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