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Theme Previews / Re: Layer Theme [SMF 2.1 RC2 - Responsive]
« Last post by aryansindy on Today at 07:42:54 AM »
Return of the evil 90s GIF pixelation. Interesting.

What you mean with evil 90s GIF pixelation? There  are No GIF Photos!

its updated,,Thank`s
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Theme Previews / Re: Layer Theme [SMF 2.1 RC2 - Responsive]
« Last post by Tricky-Ricky on Today at 07:40:42 AM »
Yikes. Well if you removed the dreaded spots it might be half way ok.
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SMF 2.0.x Support / Re: RSS Issue
« Last post by Kindred on Today at 07:10:31 AM »
Works fine for me here, using firefox.

As Illori asked, is this happening here, on this site (since that is where your screenshot seems to come from)?
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SMF 2.0.x Support / Re: RSS Issue
« Last post by GigaWatt on Today at 05:52:49 AM »
Looks like Firefox.
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SMF 2.0.x Support / Re: RSS Issue
« Last post by Illori on Today at 05:01:32 AM »
are you having this issue here or somewhere else? it is working fine for me on this forum. also what browser are you using?
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SMF 2.0.x Support / RSS Issue
« Last post by moner on Today at 04:26:14 AM »
Hi

why if we click on Rss we see download file ?
please check image in attachment
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Theme Previews / Re: Layer Theme [SMF 2.1 RC2 - Responsive]
« Last post by Shambles on Today at 02:25:32 AM »
Sorry aryansindy - I'm sure a lot of work went into this but for me, it's got a face only a mother could love.
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Return of the evil 90s GIF pixelation. Interesting.
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Theme Previews / Re: Layer Theme [SMF 2.1 RC2 - Responsive]
« Last post by Antechinus on Yesterday at 10:53:09 PM »
It's a bit scary, but each to their own. :D I don't mind the palette and the general layout, but personally I find the spots are a bit much.

Seems to have a problem with float clearing or something on the board index. Some of the category dividers are misaligned with the contents. Haven't checked the code yet, so am not going to propose solutions, but that sort of thing usually isn't hard to fix.
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SMF 2.1.x Support / Re: Curve2
« Last post by Antechinus on Yesterday at 10:30:17 PM »
The responsive thing would have to come down to hiding the sidebar on narrow screens, with click activation to bring it into view as an overlay. Not much else you could do. I assume (can't actually remember) this is why they decided to kill it. Should be easy to do with jQuery. It can even be done with mutant varieties of CSS, although that tends to annoy the semantics types, but it's fun to annoy them sometimes.

How serious do you want to get with this? Out of the list of four options in my first reply, which comes closest to what you were thinking of?

ETA: Just updated my local to RC2 (was still on Beta 4) and took a look. Umm. The menu handling on small screens works, but is a tad gruesome.  The basic container is ok, but the contents are very jumpity and WTF-ish. I can see why you're not keen on it. It'd drive me bonkers. Does it even work on touchscreen yet? (Do not have touchscreen handy, so can't check).

Anyway, it should be easy enough to just hijack that since it's really only a sidebar overlay anyway, albeit a particularly evil little variant of such. But that's just presentation. Not a biggy.
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