Layout problem with 1.12 in Firefox 28.0?

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Layout problem with 1.12 in Firefox 28.0?

Postby ibreakcellphones » 21 Mar 2014, 21:55

Hey, all.

Just upgraded to 1.12 (using the admin account internal upgrade button), and am using Firefox 28.0.

The top of the article list window changed from one line to two. Now, the view, sort order, mark as read, and actions dropdowns are on the second line. When I first load it, however, the article list covers them.

I have Firebug installed. When I turn it on or off, the second line is uncovered.

Did a new CSS file not get written correctly? Am I missing something?

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Re: Layout problem with 1.12 in Firefox 28.0?

Postby mtk » 21 Mar 2014, 23:06

Do you use a custom stylesheet? I had similar troubles.

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Re: Layout problem with 1.12 in Firefox 28.0?

Postby Yoltie » 22 Mar 2014, 00:44

I had the same issue. I just did a Shift-F5 and it's OK now.

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Re: Layout problem with 1.12 in Firefox 28.0?

Postby bpetersen » 26 Mar 2014, 16:17

I have the same problem here, the second bar with the action menu on the right is not visible by default (Firefox 28 with Tiny Tiny RSS 1.12)

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Re: Layout problem with 1.12 in Firefox 28.0?

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Re: Layout problem with 1.12 in Firefox 28.0?

Postby bpetersen » 26 Mar 2014, 16:50

Seems to be a cache problem.

While I tried if I can fix the problem with a custom style sheet (I did not use a custom style sheet before), I found out that a simpe line as ...

#main-toolbar { background-color: #EEE; }

... already fixes the problem. After that, I cleared the custom style sheet again to see the bug again - it is gone. Seems as if Firefox "deeply" reloaded some styles.

However, I also want to use this post for a big "Thank you" to the Tiny Tiny RSS team. Please keep on the good work!

Best regards,
Björn

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Re: Layout problem with 1.12 in Firefox 28.0?

Postby ibreakcellphones » 26 Mar 2014, 17:45

The shift-reload worked for me.

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Re: Layout problem with 1.12 in Firefox 28.0?

Postby blackdragon1 » 17 Apr 2014, 01:28

Altough shift+f5 never did anything on my browsers, I had the same problem and ctrl+f5 did it for me.

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Re: Layout problem with 1.12 in Firefox 28.0?

Postby kobemtl » 08 May 2014, 18:14

Chrome 34.0.1847.131 has the same problem. refresh or ctrl+f5 fix the problem some time but usually not

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Re: Layout problem with 1.12 in Firefox 28.0?

Postby kobemtl » 08 May 2014, 18:19

bpetersen wrote:Seems to be a cache problem.

While I tried if I can fix the problem with a custom style sheet (I did not use a custom style sheet before), I found out that a simpe line as ...

#main-toolbar { background-color: #EEE; }

... already fixes the problem. After that, I cleared the custom style sheet again to see the bug again - it is gone. Seems as if Firefox "deeply" reloaded some styles.

However, I also want to use this post for a big "Thank you" to the Tiny Tiny RSS team. Please keep on the good work!

Best regards,
Björn


Could you please explain more details how you fix it? thanks.

also want say thank you for the Tiny Tiny RSS team.


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