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New here. When I am pulling up requests and questions I don't have the full screen. It cuts off a portion of words on the right. I am using an iPhone. Anyone else having this probl. Thanks
I'm a dad supporting a child with type 1 diabetes. supporting someone with type 2 diabetes.
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North Florence, AL
I logged out and logged in and it fixed itself. :). Ty
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