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It seems that on shorter posts, the left part of the screen is cobbled...  see attached pic.   Is this just me or are others seeing it?  I'm using Chrome.

 

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Mark,

 

Short posts show up OK for me.  The Quote bar is at the bottom and the left side isn't split like you are showing.

 

I use Firefox 57.0.2 64 bit, and Windows 7

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Not seen that before. 

 

Can you try loading a different site theme and tell me if it's still there? If not, switch back and tell me if the problem is cleared.

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Same problem, but only for some posts. It also appears when scrolling and/or resizing the browser window - some comments not broken when I open the topic, but when I scroll up and down and resize the window - broken comments start to appear. Very weird, can't find a reliable way to reproduce it yet.

Haven't noticed it on a previous weekend (3th Dec)

Guess it is a classical nightmare of web developers :)

 

OS X, Chrome 63.0.3239.84 (Official Build) (64-bit), IPS Theme.

 

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Edited by Mike Y

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Been happening for me most, but not all the time since the new themes - changed over to the plain theme to see if it loaded quicker  - not specifically for the white out fault and it was doing it there as well. I assumed it was just me and the old clunk version 10 Internet Explorer I have to use at the moment- Cheers Pete

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I may be the only one still using XP and Chrome on my 12 year old laptop but I don't have this issue. Luckily I just use this laptop for browsing this forum and some general surfing.

Tom

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Ok, I should also ask if this is something which has only just manifested, or has been causing a problem for a while?

 

I ask as no system changes or template amendments have been made.

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11 hours ago, Backer said:

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Windows 7 and chrome

Laptop had no updates the last  2 weeks

Only on some posts

strange,

When I look at the same post on my smartphone, there is no problem.

I can not make a print screen of this. I am rather "clumsy" with smartphones...

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Hi,

 

I have seen it happen (not recently,but weeks before). However, I can not replicate the problem (not now, but also:not then),

Haven't seen it recently.

 

jan

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It seems to be related to the css "order"-property what would explain it for very old browsers like IE10 or older versions of other browsers but it is strange indeed. IPS Default do not use this property though. 

 

Dirk

 

PS: Please post always the exact versions you are using, e.g. "I'm using Chrome" is unfortunately not very helpful

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Started a week or two ago for me.  Win 7 and Chrome.  I thought maybe a Chrome update but apparently not since IE10 is getting hit.  My Chrome is fully patched and up to date.

 

Todays, Patch Tuesay for Windows so I'll run that in a bit and see it fixes it.

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Win 10/Chrome and no problem. Maybe we need to dig which extensions are used ... There where def no changes here within the last weeks.

 

Dirk

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Hopefully this helps


Windows 7 on the same laptop. Internet explorer is ok, chrome has a problem

The print screens from my laptop are in Dutch( sorry) 

(versie = version)

 

Internet explorer: no problem

 

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Chrome : problem

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My Chrome extensions are few... Adblock, Adobe Reader, Google Translate, and a couple of video download helpers.  Turning them off did not fix the issue.

Edited by mtaylor

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Ok, I had 62.0.3202.94 before, updated and now have the "problem" too, so it is a verified Chrome issue. Nothing we can do though ... (I only wonder why my Chrome did not update automatically ... )

 

cheers,

 

Dirk

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Don't know if this helps,

but here's my 2 cents. 

 

I have Windows 10 but no Chrome. I have not seen anything like this.

Everything works perfectly on my side.

 

Tom E 

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1 hour ago, BANYAN said:

Dirk, is it worth contacting Google about the Chrome issues (us not you)?

 

As if google gives a .... That will be quite useless Pat. A waste of time and energy.

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I checked, and on my home-PC, I have the same funny layout

theme uniform 4.2

Chrome version 63.0.3239.108 (Officiële build) (64-bits)

and Windows 10, 1709/build 16299.125

 

It seems as if when thext of the message is 'too short', the lower banner is creepng upward, thereby overlapping the avatar/userinformation in the left hand panel. Strange, but not a severe problem.

 

same system: Win10/microsoft edge: no problem

Ipad/Safari: no problem

IPad/google: no problem

 

Jan

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No problems here Win7 Enterprise 64bit EN, neither on my Win7 Professional

Chroom Version 63.0.3239.108 (Official Build) (64-bit) on both
No problems either in Chroom Canary, Chromium, Firefox, Torch, Opera, Seamonkey
 
striking it's a lot of Win10 ... looks like we got another OS looser
 

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I wonder if it has anything to do with the like button....every one I've seen today has likes associated with it.   I've seen quite a few incidents today.....especially in Chuck's piracy thread,  as well as Semore's thread.

 

you'd know if it was a browser issue if it happens to any one person consistently ;) 

Edited by popeye the sailor

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Nope, it is just the length of the post.

When I post a one-line message, I can see the lower banner placed over my avatar. No likings needed.

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