then I think I'm allowed to be genuinly concerned.
It was a valid link that was posted months ago in response to a valid question. As the person who originally posted the link, I can verify that the site the link opens did not infect my computer with a keylogger, trojan, virus, or any other malware (although I cannot vouch for your security if you use Internet Explorer :lol:). I also think it's rather ridiculous for you to click on a link whose destination is not disguised in any way, and then complain that you "have to scan your PC". If you think .cn domains are unsafe, don't click on links that lead to .cn domains. 1 + 1 = 2.
I generally browse rather care-free on these forums as the topic is 'Post your UI', but I do apologise for over-reacting. Just with the current circumstances as they are (Both the .cn link threat from the wow forums and the extreme propaganda about them) it was a bit worrying. Also, the smiley scared me a bit but that might show a bit of paranoia.
@ Phanx: Testing Google chrome but I'm now back on firefox with noscript and armed to the wazoo with spyware checkers. Guess clicking the link did a good thing for me by helping me protect my PC ;)
I've experimented with UI scale. I always used to have it turned way up to the vanilla blizzard max. Then I tried not scaling at all and generally you can change the size of most UI elements individually to keep the scale but now I believe I'm using .75 scale. When you said scale -- what did you mean exactly? Don't use it for a crisper look or do use it?