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11-10-2014, 03:15 PM #1
Florin
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CSS Theme editing required ...
Hi!

So, when are 10 people in the chat, the menu is overflowing.

Suggested fix: make the width of "menu grid_8" larger or modify the height attribute from the "userpanel grid_4".

Or better, do the same as what logged users see.

This appears only to non-logged users.

11-10-2014, 03:33 PM #2
DDAoN
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RE: CSS Theme editing required ...
Umm, I'm showing the problem is with ".menu .grid_7" (when signed out). The .grid_7 has a fixed width of 540px with no content in the ".userpanel .grid_5" which has a width of 380px.

When signed in, that bar shows as ".menu .grid_8" at 620px and ".userpanel .grid_4" at 300px.

Why not just remove the .userpanel and resize the .grid_7 when users aren't signed in? Or, update the widths for .grid_7 and .grid_5 to 620px and 300px, respectively. Or, alter the theme to use the same classes for those two bars when signed in or out.

Also note, this is the "TLF Exclusive" style, in case that wasn't already known.

Just figured I'd give a little more detail on that issue.
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11-10-2014, 05:46 PM #3
KoBE
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RE: CSS Theme editing required ...
I'll get this fixed. I did the fix for logged in users, for some reason I forgot to do it for unlogged in users. Thanks Florin!

DDAoN, great points. I decided to just take out the userpanel grid when not logged in.

11-10-2014, 06:51 PM #4
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RE: CSS Theme editing required ...
Glad I could be of some help. Just don't ask me for jQuery help, I seem to be failing a lot with that, lately. ^^'
This post was last modified: 11-10-2014, 06:51 PM by DDAoN.
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