Others have told me the same thing about that 'running out of screen' biz. Then, still others, say they know what I mean. It IS weird. I don't know how to fix it and gave up ages ago. I just change the setting from 100% to sometimes as little at 50% just to get the photos and text to be small enough, so I can actually see and reach (with cursor) the green Post Comment box.
I never had a single problem with FB though. Ever. I 'got it' from the get-go! LOL But then, I did the same with AOL and several other social media sites when they first started out, and are now gone. MySpace drove me nuts but it was fun - I actually learned HTML just from playing around on that site! But it was soooooo slooowwwww, that I had quit using it, then FB came along. BAM! I was IN! LOL Loved it.
G+ followed and I had a hard time with it from the beginning. I've been using computers since before there was software (lol just about anyway! TRDOS was my first go-round, C, C-Basic, etc ... god, remember edline?!) ... so when using one became like ..reading a book! I was in Heaven. My first use was with with bulletin boards, almost at the same time I had discovered CompuServe, Prodigy and AOL. But AOL, though easiest and best looking, was SO spendy I hardly ever used it. Then, in the winter of 1991, when they started the unltd use for a flat rate (I think itwas 19.99, then if you were pushy, you could get it for ten bucks! LOL OR LESS!) .... I was in love!
I made real life friends on AOL. Found a chatroom called Born in the 50s and just 'fit' - liked the people, the chat was fun, everyone was the same age, kind of a Slice of American Pie. I hung out in the room for over a decade! Marriages happened, divorces, deaths of friends, births of kids and grandkids, surgeries, gradutions, we all shared our LIVES. It was really kind of wonderful, now that I hink of it. Makes me smile.
Then, things changed ....AOL changed, went to like a public forum even in the private, member areas (I think they sorta quit being private when aol was open to all, no charge). People left. MySpace started. I miss the way AOL was, and how it brought a group of about 150 people together, for so long, and god, we were TIGHT. Now? The group is on FB,a few anyway ... but it's not the same. WE'RE not the same. But it's nice.
Anywho, maybe if we ever get a chance to sit down together in front of a computer, (I'll bring my laptop that does this page shortening gig) ... you can show me what's happening on G+ that I'm not doing right or .. whatever! Maybe thats the biggest diff in ALL these social sites -- on AOL, we all talked like we WOULD meet in real life one day so when we all DID, I wasnt suprised.
Today, no one talks of meeting in real life at all, or I've never noticed it. Maybe we SHOULD start talking like it'd be a good thing ... it sure was a good thing when my buddies and me from the Born in the 50s room met, once a year, in the middle of America, all sharing a floor or two of a big hotel, partying, dancing, going sightseeing, just having fun together, "roomies meeting in real life" .. and having a blast!