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  Reply # 1449898 13-Dec-2015 22:14
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Jase2985: Percentage sign
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Same as this on a browser at work. Chrome 32.0.1700.107 m on Windows 8.1.

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  Reply # 1449900 13-Dec-2015 22:18
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I have tested this on three browsers (Chrome, IE and Firefox) plus mobile. It's working for me in two networks (Vodafone cable and 2degrees broadband). I can only assume your ISP is caching this aggressively and not respecting directives to change.




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  Reply # 1449907 13-Dec-2015 22:33
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Jase2985: Percentage sign
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Same as this on a browser at work. Chrome 32.0.1700.107 m on Windows 8.1.
I also have the percentage sign there. I am using WINDOWS 8.1pro 64 on this pc  with Firefox 42.0 and am on Vodafone adsl




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  Reply # 1449908 13-Dec-2015 22:38
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Noticed this happened on my OSX machine. I have cleared the cache.

Out of interest I pulled out my Chromebook and am getting the same on that - 2degrees broadband. Maybe Cloudflare is caching something?




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  Reply # 1449909 13-Dec-2015 22:43
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As above.
White space on both sides.
Firefox (latest), with cache cleared.




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  Reply # 1449966 14-Dec-2015 01:57
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I don't think its browser cache.

This is what I am seeing on OS-X, with the latest version of Firefox, Safari and Chrome. When logged out everything looks fine. But when logged in something isn't right.




Tried to use Crossbrowsertestings virtual servers to test, but wasn't able to log in for some reason.




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  Reply # 1449978 14-Dec-2015 06:25
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Every thing fine with me opera mobile s4 over wifi with snap (2 degrees)

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  Reply # 1449979 14-Dec-2015 06:40
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Thank you folks, and sorry. This is a change to make the forum sidebar a bit wider so that we can start moving ads around. I didn't put in a condition for subscribers that browse without the sidebar. This now have been corrected and should look ok, cache or no cache.






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  Reply # 1449980 14-Dec-2015 07:01
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Normal services have been resumed smile

Now looks OK with Firefox, even on a 4k screen.




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  Reply # 1449985 14-Dec-2015 07:30
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Confirmed working in Safari now. Thanks!

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  Reply # 1450290 14-Dec-2015 18:58
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In Firefox /OSX, I'm seeing this.


Making the browser window wider fixes the email / quote / set answer button overlap. Making the window narrower drops the adds completely.

The right hand sidebar seems to remain fixed width to the point of causing the main window to wrap on to the next line.

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  Reply # 1450295 14-Dec-2015 19:03
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Having the right sidebar fixed allows us to not have those ads floating on the middle of the page. And if you narrow the window - as you noticed - the sidebar (and the square ad on the top of the topic) disappears so you don't have worry about it. I was already hiding the sidebar and the square ad on mobile visits.

Also I have changed the stylesheet so now even if you upload a gigantic image (or paste it) then it will always use at max 100% of the space, automatically adjusting the width/height if you resize the window.

Slowly making the page more responsive. I will look at the buttons sometime later as this is just cosmetic.




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  Reply # 1450306 14-Dec-2015 19:23
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My bad for the giant image upload ;-)

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  Reply # 1450391 14-Dec-2015 21:51
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I am thinking of replicating this model (fixed width sidebar, disappearing when window goes under a certain width) and swapping the skinny ad with the wide one (only one) on the news page: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/content.asp?contentid=19674

I will probably do it next weekend. Ideas, comments on the current implementation so I can tweak on forums as well?






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