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Re: Known Bugs

Postby uebermann » Thu Sep 13, 2012 12:06 pm

Clarino wrote:Curious, the icons are still there but the words don't show.



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I can see them when I highlight though.


Ah, thats a different issue and it based on the size of your page. I can probably fix that CSS problem as well - its basically bumping everything down a line because your screen resolution is too small to handle all of the links at the top there in one row.
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Re: Known Bugs

Postby Clarino » Thu Sep 13, 2012 11:18 pm

Oh, I see. So because the font is coloured white, and it's no longer on a blue background, it becomes invisible.

Never had a problem with the size of my screen resolution before.

Maybe your screen resolution is too big :p
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Re: Known Bugs

Postby Precocity » Sat Sep 15, 2012 10:51 am

Clarino, what resolution is that? The image you posted is 800x500.
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Re: Known Bugs

Postby Clarino » Sat Sep 15, 2012 11:19 am

I've no idea.
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Re: Known Bugs

Postby Precocity » Sun Sep 16, 2012 8:59 am

Clarino wrote:I've no idea.


Depending on your operating system, all you should have to do is right click on the desktop and select Screen Resolution (Windows 7/Vista) or select Properties and then the Settings tab (Windows XP). If you aren't using Windows, then I don't know.
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Re: Known Bugs

Postby The Dharma Bum » Sun Sep 16, 2012 9:12 am

uebermann wrote:Fixed bbvideo problem in the Quick Reply box. It should now show up as the 3rd icon from the left on the 2nd row (next to image button)



Thanks for that.
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Re: Known Bugs

Postby uebermann » Sun Sep 16, 2012 9:42 am

Precocity wrote:
Clarino wrote:I've no idea.


Depending on your operating system, all you should have to do is right click on the desktop and select Screen Resolution (Windows 7/Vista) or select Properties and then the Settings tab (Windows XP). If you aren't using Windows, then I don't know.


I think he mostly uses a netbook. The problem can be fixed with code but the issue is, it looks funny. Its not like prosilver where its the same color in the css - Absolution actually uses a gif for the background and it has a gradient. So if it were to expand onto the next line, it would look off because the gradient suddenly starts over (dark blue).

Only a couple of ways to fix it. Either change the background image to a color instead so it expands like it should or move some of the items down into the white and change the text to blue or black. I'll have to play around and figure out which looks best.
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Re: Known Bugs

Postby Clarino » Mon Sep 17, 2012 5:50 am

It's an Acer laptop with a 15" screen, using Ubuntu.

I will get Windows 7 soon, but that will be a couple of weeks at least.
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Re: Known Bugs

Postby uebermann » Mon Sep 17, 2012 8:23 am

Clarino wrote:It's an Acer laptop with a 15" screen, using Ubuntu.

I will get Windows 7 soon, but that will be a couple of weeks at least.


Oh well I don't think having Windows is going to change this problem much. The issue is either the resolution or the size of the page in the browser coupled with the theme using a gif instead of a background color. Its something that needs to be fixed with the theme really. Those using a higher resolution aren't likely to see the problem but its something that needs to be addressed one way or another anyways.
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Re: Known Bugs

Postby Clarino » Mon Sep 17, 2012 11:40 am

Ok then, I will await your convenience.

It's not a big deal for me, and now I know where they are, I can find them if needs be.
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