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carp
2010-02-18, 00:58
My favourite web browser is Opera 10.10 which I use when visiting this forum. However, I have a small problem when a post contains pictures: Sometimes they are too wide to fit in the Opera window, and Opera refuses to show a horizontal scrollbar especially in this forum (see attached screenshot). A user in an Opera related forum guessed that I should ask for an amendment in the stylesheet that this (Squeezebox) forum uses: the line display:block will fix the problem with big pictures.

http://i50.tinypic.com/k99do6.png

The corresponding post can be found there (http://forums.slimdevices.com/showthread.php?p=517617#post517617).

mherger
2010-02-18, 02:31
Hehe... an Opera user myself this has always been bugging me when visiting the forums (which I obviously don't do that often). Please refresh the page and let me know whether it's better now.

carp
2010-02-18, 03:18
It is better in a sense that Opera now displays a horizontal scrollbar.

The user in the Opera related forum made another suggestion - create a css file, containing the line img.attach {display: block;} and use this in the site specific settings for this forum. This works, too - the pictures in the thread I mentioned are then positioned on top of each other instead of side by side - but this is only a single user solution as each Opera user would have to made this change.

mherger
2010-02-18, 03:26
Much better indeed. Thanks!

JJZolx
2010-02-18, 03:46
Here's another one that's been driving me crazy since I started using Chrome: In textareas (such as the one I'm typing in right now) there is 0 padding. When the cursor is in the leftmost column it's invisible. Firefox and Opera must impose a minimum padding of 1 or 2 pixels to avoid similar problems. Please add a little padding to textareas.

Looks like it's coming from

http://skins.slimdevices.com/forums.slimdevices.com/css/logiskin_header_footer.css



select,
textarea,
input {
margin: 0;
padding: 0;
color: #333333;
}