[Bug] There are much problem with the CSS style on different resolution
Sometimes i use my eeepc lapton that have only 1024x600px. I found this little problem to see some page.
One -> "link":http://img208.imageshack.us/i/css1e.png/
Second -> "link":http://img571.imageshack.us/i/css2x.png/ I can't see a dragbar.
wiki diff is problem not only at eeepc. My laptop has 1440 screen width and wiki diff is cutted too.
What browser do you use?
And where problem on second screenshot? I don't see.
The same problem occurs on windows 7, FF 3.6.13, IE 8, Chrome 8, Opera 11.
It seems to me that the css rendering has problems, when the resolution gets too small.
There are already threads describing this issue: "here":http://developer.qt.nokia.com/forums/viewthread/2592/ (ok, this problem is in group description, but it's also a style problem)
The problem for me is in Windows Xp, firefox 3.6.13.
The history of wiki on the right is cut, and there isn't scrollbar.
[quote author="Denis Kormalev" date="1292773370"]wiki diff is problem not only at eeepc. My laptop has 1440 screen width and wiki diff is cutted too.[/quote]
Hi, I created a bug report for these two topics: "QTWEBSITE-145":http://bugreports.qt.nokia.com/browse/QTWEBSITE-145
Ok. I understood second bug. and confirmed it in linux chromium 8, But I have not this bug on FF 3.6.13 on linux proof:
Please edit your post and add only a link because on small screen the image is display on all page and its a lot of confusing, if you can't click on the edit because the image is to large, try by zoom out :P (this workaround work for me)
[quote author="Vass" date="1292787729"]Ok. I understood second bug. and confirmed it in linux chromium 8, But I have not this bug on FF 3.6.13 on linux proof:
bq. Ok. I understood second bug. and confirmed it in linux chromium 8, But I have not this bug on FF 3.6.13 on linux proof:
What happens if you make the window smaller?
stuk, OK change image to link and try zoom in on FF, yes it confirmed!
Thanks for the report, we have some time set aside for improving the design and the html/css of the group pages.
The first link in the OP looks like a forum thread where the amount of text in the breadcrumb is just too long for the design. We shall have a look.
And the wiki diff hiding is on our list. Good stuff.