March 12, 2009

Formatting: I was having trouble with the width of the comment/posting field today on a 12" powerbook.

The ads are overlapping the comment/post field. I have to maximize the browser window and still can barely see the editing buttons or the grab to resize the text field manually..

posted by scully to navel gazing at 11:40 AM - 8 comments

There's a lot of real estate to the left of this form (side nav on rest of site) that probably could be reclaimed. Or change the css level for the ads?

I know one can block ads, but that's not the point. :)

posted by scully at 11:47 AM on March 12

I even had the text smaller (using Firefox), but at readable font sizes I can't see anything to the right below the ads.

Increasing the font size makes the posted text legible, but the text field HUGE and the box bleeds BEYOND the background green!

posted by scully at 11:50 AM on March 12

I'll take a look. It's tough for me to jack with the CSS without hosing a lot of other stuff. You should be able to post on any size screen here, aside perhaps from phones.

posted by rcade at 06:23 PM on March 12

Works fine on an iPhone, my spelling to one side. Can you please git, svn or google code the source so we can add patches soon? That would be an interesting community experiment.

posted by yerfatma at 09:12 PM on March 12

If you don't mind me adding this bit of weirdness in this thread: when you edit a post, you lose all line breaks. Windows Vista, Firefox 3.0.7.

posted by NoMich at 02:29 PM on March 15

Echoing NoMich, whatever handling is being done to convert linebreaks into break tags or grafs is being lost when it gets sent back to the browser on edit.

posted by yerfatma at 08:33 AM on March 24

I think I have this one fixed. Give it a try by editing a comment split over two paragraphs and let me know if it works.

Testing ... worked for me.

posted by rcade at 09:37 AM on March 30

AAAAAAA

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(on edit: that works for me)

posted by yerfatma at 11:21 AM on April 01

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