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  #302794 27-Feb-2010 21:09
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Goddam, wheres that ban button gotten too? :D


Very nicely done MF and Phil!!!

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  #302803 27-Feb-2010 21:38
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seem to be getting a double dose of advertising in Konqueror 4.3.5


 
 
 
 


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  #302806 27-Feb-2010 21:52
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It's a shambles in Safari.
Huge blank areas, cut off and misplaced columns.
The multiple mismatched fonts don't help either.

Needs fixing.

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#302807 27-Feb-2010 21:52
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Looking good :)




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  #302808 27-Feb-2010 22:00
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Safari:
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  #302810 27-Feb-2010 22:03
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Ashka: It's a shambles in Safari.
Huge blank areas, cut off and misplaced columns.
The multiple mismatched fonts don't help either.

Needs fixing.


That'll teach you for using a Mac Wink




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  #302811 27-Feb-2010 22:06
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I've used a Mac for many years, this is the worst website I have ever come across.

 
 
 
 


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  #302814 27-Feb-2010 22:16
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Have you ctrl-F5?d or whatever the equivilant on a mac is?




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#302815 27-Feb-2010 22:21
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Ashka: I've used a Mac for many years, this is the worst website I have ever come across.


I have also used a Mac for years with minimal problems with other web sites, and no problems with Geekzone until now. Yes, there are teething problems with the new design on Safari but it's reasonable to expect that.

Let's keep this in perspective. 

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  #302816 27-Feb-2010 22:24
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Strange. I also use a Mac (10.6.2) and with Safari 4.0.4 everything looks exactly as it should, none of the issues you guys above are describing. It looks the same regardless of if I'm logged in with ads off, or if I'm not logged in with ads displaying.

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  #302817 27-Feb-2010 22:24
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richms,
If you mean refresh / reload the browser, Yes I have.
it's cmd r.



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  #302819 27-Feb-2010 22:38
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Ashka: It's a shambles in Safari.
Huge blank areas, cut off and misplaced columns.
The multiple mismatched fonts don't help either.

Needs fixing.


We already know it, no need to be rude. See previous page where Alasta put a screenshot. Thanks anyway.

FWIW, I used it with Safari on an iMac just now and it shows the forum with no problems. If I reduce the width of the browser window though then I see the box flowing to the side. 





 

 

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  #302820 27-Feb-2010 22:43
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freitasm: FWIW, I used it with Safari on an iMac just now and it shows the forum with no problems. If I reduce the width of the browser window though then I see the box flowing to the side. 


Interesting. I've just tried that and you're absolutely right, but I have to expand the width well beyond the boundaries of my 13" Macbook Pro screen to get it to wrap around correctly. So, users of Macs with larger (and higher resolution) displays might be unaffected by this problem. 

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  #302823 27-Feb-2010 22:47
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Like the look, one minor issue so far - buttons are not lining up quite correctlyy in IE8 (e.g. twitter button below).  Appears to be fine in Chrome.

wonky buttons


EDIT: looking at the source, it appears that the twitter and WWW buttons are missing a [style="vertical-align: text-bottom;"] directive that other buttons seem to be using.  Adding it to the twitter button throws the WWW button out of whack, adding it to the WWW button too appears to make them all line up just fine






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Interesting... With Compatibility View it works fine. Turning Compatibility View off, not only that icon doesn't align, they all move to the right. Will check this.





 

 

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