Mac users please note that the site, as currently configured, may not work with versions of Safari lower then version 4. It has been checked with 4.0.3. It should work with Firefox which can be downloaded here.
There seems to be an issue with menus not working with the 32 bit version of Internet Explorer 9 running under Windows Vista. If you are experiencing problems then use Firefox or Chrome for viewing the site until this issue is resolved.
In Safari the initial print settings make the subscription based text pages print out rather small. This can be rectified by pressing the "Alt" key to display menu items at the top. Go to File and then Page Setup or Print Preview. Page size and margin settings can be changed here. On the Print Preview page click on the "cog wheel" icon to change the page size and margin settings.
In Chrome the "Spanner" icon does not come up in subwindows, so, for example, there is no readily availability print option. You can Right click in the very top title bar of the browser subwindows to see options including "print" - or press "Ctrl P" to get the print menu.
The site is designed for a minimum screen resolution of 1024 by 768. If your system does not meet this requirement then subwindows which are opened may fill the entire screen.
If you find that subwindows close unexpectedly it is most likely because you moved the mouse pointer over the menus at the top or the left hand side of the screen. The site does this intentionally so that menus are not obscured by any window that is open. So, if you are reading something in a subwindow, then be careful not to move the mouse pointer over one of the menus!
For any issues relating to the menu system see the "Menu system" link.
A couple of minor things to be worked on are:-
1. The "Close Open Windows and Exit" command works fine with IE but not with Firefox. (The main window is left open - so sorry you will have to close that yourself for the moment!)
2. With Firefox some of the links that are intended to open in a new full size "window" are opened in a new "tab" which may be too small to be user friendly. I'll look into this. But you can set preferences in Firefox to open a new window rather than a new tab. That should help.
Tools / Options / Tabs - New pages should be opened in "a New Window".