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2014-05-20 17:44 »

techtalk.cc wrote:Due to our special setup running the same phpBB on two domains and one database, there is a permission issue with the user avatars which cannot be fixed.

If you try to change your avatar and you cannot do it, please make a post in this support section and we will help you out.

:!: Just a reminder about this issue. :!:

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2014-05-20 18:37 »

I have a Windows Phone and I can view this site fine, but part of the webpage is cut off. No other sites have this issue.

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2014-05-21 00:50 »

Thank you for reporting this. Does this error show up for foolsdesign.org or techtalk.cc domain? (We will most likely change the entire code some time after summer to make it more mobile friendly.)

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2014-05-22 02:49 »

I think I can see a similar issue (if not the same) in Opera 10.63 with a 4:3 resolution:

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Screen Res is 1024 x 768, my workaround has been to see Opera Zoom to 90%and using it's 'Fit To Width' option.

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2014-05-22 12:36 »

Hey Steven,

"!" here right now. (Using the joint moderation account.)

Thank you for the screenshot. I think this is due to the new "fixed" width in order to make techtalk.cc fit in the middle of the screen. Bear in mind that foolsdesign.org is unchanged and has a variable screen.

Now, any other Web site, I would have told you all "up yours, use a larger resolution" hahahhhhaa *evil* :mrgreen: :twisted: :mrgreen: but many users here are using old Windows versions and monitors so hm, it seems that it's a real problem for us and I must make it even smaller. I'm going to test this on a 1024x768 screen.

I'll get back to you when I have tested this a while.

Cheers!

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2014-05-22 13:13 »

OK, try a reload (F5). Tested in 1024x768. It should fit fine now. :relaxed:

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2014-05-22 14:35 »

Steven, are you really on a 1024x768 screen as your main PC? Just curious.

By the way, please do post a new screenshot. I need to see how it looks like on your PC after my changes.

Thank you.

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2014-05-22 14:39 »

Ps. The radio ("turn radio on") wasn't working for you either, no?

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2014-05-22 17:58 »

The radio don't work for me either but viewing all the post issue is fixed on my Windows Phone.

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2014-05-22 22:19 »

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It's actually a wide-screen monitor, I just haven't set the VBEMP driver up properly yet as I haven't quite figured out how, all I can choose is 4:3 resolutions:

http://bearwindows.boot-land.net/vbe9x.htm

Anyway, the change is great!

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