I don't want the double header back, personally.
The double header was ugly, I'm glad it's gone.
Josh and I have discussed the possibility of bringing the double-header back, but in a less-ugly, less-annoying form. We'll see what comes of these discussions. The second header did serve some reasonable purposes, even if it was hideous.
make it black or orange, have it only contain the topic title, link back to the op and an link to the forums home, also make it about half as tall as the first header...
So I tried logging out and back in, but my accounts still seem to be unlinked.
If I click on the "Forums" button on my main profile it takes me to this page, which leads to a different forum account with my username but a different join date.
I'm not sure how that happened, but it's probably the reason why I'm having trouble getting sorted out.
For some reason, after last update, site lost scrollbars. Uses firefox 49. No problems on forum/other sites.
Back to theme - I've needed to press "log in" button on forum, while I've already logined to site
linux. Again - no problems on other sites/forum. No idea, why it happened
What distro? If it's not the distro default, what window manager/desktop environment?
the "react" with emoji is the stupidest thing ever, I CALL BUG ON IT!!
Bug: right-hand gutter shows on portrait-orientated screens (IPad, iOS 9.3.2)
Current behaviour: right-hand edge is empty and cuts off images
Expected behaviour: content fills screen, images are not cut off
Example: current meta.discourse.org
Edit: I just wanted to clarify that this is the "Desktop View" on both sites.
that has been an issue for so long i stopped caring, if you want it fixed don't use odd orientations. same issue with portrait on my surface so it's not an issue with just iOS it is an issue with all devices and all browsers.
Sadly I don't think that's gonna be an easy fix. It's something I'd definitely like to eventually address, but for now we may just be stuck with it.
Suffice to say Discourse does some really stupid things that have been regarded as very poor practices for longer than Discourse has existed.
simply setting "width" on an image to 100% SOMETIMES works...
Most of the time that'll throw an image out of proper aspect ratio
i know but if you also set "height" to auto... yeah like i said that sometimes works, the only real solution is messing with calculating the dimensions of the image and finding the right maths
Nah, there's real solutions that don't involve any math. Just takes a deep intimacy with the CSS box model.
yeah, but i hate CSS and love Java...script
CSS is annoying but it has it's place.