Alicia wrote:Well, it's kinda weird seeing everyone signature placed in center...But if that's Admins decision, I will gladly followed it.
Giulietta Simone Del Viscontie wrote:Alicia wrote:Well, it's kinda weird seeing everyone signature placed in center...But if that's Admins decision, I will gladly followed it.
That varies depending on your theme. I'm currently using the default theme, and signatures are forced to place on left instead.
Giulietta Simone Del Viscontie wrote:L-Voss wrote:You don't say? I'm also using the default one, but signatures are still in center for me.
I guess my internet is borked then
L-Voss wrote:Giulietta Simone Del Viscontie wrote:L-Voss wrote:You don't say? I'm also using the default one, but signatures are still in center for me. :^^;:
I guess my internet is borked then :o
Or you simply use a different browser. :^^;: I use the newest Firefox.
奈落天魔 wrote:*Is using Sacred2dark*
I don't like how the signatures are auto-centered. Mine looks awkward being moved towards the center the way it is for example. I think that every theme should treat sigs the same and keep them the way that they were.
Deciare wrote:Okay, it seems we need a more dynamic solution to the problem. I wonder if there's a way to get signature centring working based on whether the user had chosen to centre any aspect of their signature...
Deciare wrote:I know someone who is using the newest version of Firefox and still sees signatures squished to the left side. I think it may be a ISP-side transparent caching proxy thing... But oddly, it works properly in another browser. Anyway. Hopefully, everyone's cache will catch up in a few days?
wizzardx wrote:1. That sound like a horrible hack D: (what if only part of the sig is meant to be centered?)
wizzardx wrote:2. Possibly not, since signature div's alignment has already been set, by the time the user's sig, with the alignment tags is rendered. I don't think that even CSS is that clever ^^; (But then again, I don't know that much about web dev so I could well be mistaken). The only ways I can think of involve some awful hacks in the forum PHP to check the sigs, and give them specific alignments, ignoring the CSS file (or using a different kind of div class/id/etc, depending on wanted alignment) D:.
wizzardx wrote:Btw, is horizontal horizontal space of images even an issue? I would think that the main problem is vertical, having to scroll a lot to find actual message text and so on.
Giulietta Simone Del Viscontie wrote:Wish I could see any differences >_>''
Deciare wrote:I am thinking of prioritising the alignment of the signature bounding box in the following manner [...]
wizzardx wrote:However.. wouldn't have simply removing the horizontal limit have been simpler? So that things can align horizontally like they used to, but the height is still limited. (As a non-web developer, I have no idea if this would work or not)
wizzardx wrote:For instance, now my sig's image floats in the middle, but according to the bbcode in my sig, only the text is meant to be centered. Not too bad, but it does look slightly weird ^^; Users who want to use custom alignments will now have weird things happening in their sigs >_>.
wizzardx wrote:And also now, the sigs look different in post preview (this was mentioned in another thread too), probably because you edited the page viewing code, but not the post preview code. I have a feeling it may crop up in a few other places too >_>.
wizzardx wrote:Sorry if this sounds like criticism. But I am kind of worried about the forum software becoming unstable, and also with possible issues installing mods or upgrading the forum software.
wizzardx wrote:Or possibly check where settings like [don't show sigs] are used in the code, to see where hacks should be made, if they need to be.
Fernia Namanac wrote:Also, could someone please update the "Explanations of each forum" section? I'm too Lazy to do that.
L-Voss wrote:Added descriptions for Axis Courtyard and Wackyhabara. Do you think we need to explain the subforums as well?
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