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[Bug] Search box misaligned (Read 1754 times)

Started by live627, September 06, 2011, 07:19:47

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[Bug] Search box misaligned |
September 06, 2011, 07:19:47
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  • Oh, a-hunting we will go.
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Re: [Bug] Search box misaligned |
September 06, 2011, 10:55:41
Did you try to refresh (force-reload) everything - css and other things change often...

If yes and it's still broken, which browser version (looks like Firefox, but anyway...)
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Re: [Bug] Search box misaligned |
September 06, 2011, 21:39:25
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Just hard-refreshed, nothing changed. It isn't browser specific (but I use Firefox 6). I can tell you aren't on 1920 wide. Firebug shows the absolute positioning does it.
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Re: [Bug] Search box misaligned |
September 07, 2011, 03:30:22
Just hard-refreshed, nothing changed. It isn't browser specific (but I use Firefox 6). I can tell you aren't on 1920 wide. Firebug shows the absolute positioning does it.
There was indeed a missing div, so the expandable search form was anchored at the wrong parent and did move horizontally at higher resolutions.

Didn't notice this on my notebook, because of limited horizontal resolution...

Should be ok now.
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