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From David Crossley <cross...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [jira] Commented: (FOR-605) CSS enhancements needed for MOTD area inside Table of Contents
Date Mon, 29 Aug 2005 14:16:03 GMT
David Crossley wrote:
> Gav.... wrote:
> 
> > Also , in regard to the differing screenshot that I get from your version, 
> > do you still see it as before or
> > as I now see it (see new screenshot of same page)
> 
> As before.
> 
> Hmmm, i thought that your issue report was saying
> that you had done some tweaks and now it looks
> better for you.
> 
> There is something strange happening then.
> Perhaps browser related. ... testing: yes,
> that was using Mac FireFox, different on Safari.
> I will try some other tests later today.
> 
> > , just wondering if 
> > something has been done somewhere or possibly you are set up
> > for 800x600 resolution whereas I am on 1024x768.?
> 
> Nope, this report was on an even bigger resolution
> screen than yours.

Aha, i finally understand what you were meaning by
"resolution". I do use browser windows that are
not full-screen. They are about 800 wide.

-David

> > I take it for now I just need to be looking at pelt basic.css and 
> > screen.css.
> 
> Start there, but there are other things involved, e.g.
> some CSS is generated by forrest, so you may need to
> look into the xslt and sitemaps. Concentrate on 'pelt'
> and 'common'.
> 
> You would learn a lot about forrest mechanisms by
> following the processing.
> 
> Personally i would not worry too much about this
> MOTD layout bug. It would be better to concentrate
> on the overall CSS cleanup for both the existing
> "skins" functionality (but only pelt) and the new
> "views" functionality.
> 
> -David

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