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Problem on my posts page

Started by agent47, 20. Nov 2011, 01:13:38

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agent47

20. Nov 2011, 01:13:38 Last Edit: 20. Nov 2011, 15:01:34 by feline
Please tell me why this occurs and how it can be resolved. It began to occur once I installed PortaMx. I tried asking on the SMF and DzinerStudio and non of them can help me as this is a PortaMx related issue. The reason I know this is because I uninstalled PortaMx and the problem went and then re-installed it and it began to occur so it's obviously a PortaMx related problem. Please help me fix this as all the members on my site seem to be complaining about this issue.
Earlier, when if the links written inside ['code']['/code'] tags were particularly long, there would just be a scroll bar on the bottom or side of it but that doesn't seem to happen anymore.

Here are the credentials to a test account to see the issue yourself as you'll notice it only once you log in to the site.
Username: scott
Password: 123456

Once logged in just go to any topic on this board and you'll notice the problem I'm talking about.

Really really would appreciate the help for this issue and would click on your ads as a thank you :)

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feline

#1
20. Nov 2011, 15:10:16
Try the SMF default theme. If this works, your theme is wrong ...
Many are stubborn in relation to the path, a few in relation to the target.

agent47

#2
20. Nov 2011, 16:16:33
That's what I thought too but then I asked the DzinerStudio team and they say their theme is based off SMF Curve. I tried with Curve and still same issue. Please look on this.
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feline

#3
20. Nov 2011, 18:54:17
As a Guest all looks correct ... so you have to check your installtion
Many are stubborn in relation to the path, a few in relation to the target.

agent47

#4
20. Nov 2011, 22:00:02
Quote from: feline on 20. Nov 2011, 18:54:17
As a Guest all looks correct ... so you have to check your installtion
That's why I gave you the login credentials to a test account on the first post
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feline

#5
21. Nov 2011, 14:11:18
I can't solve that and nobody have reported that.
As I say .. Use the SMF default theme, check you installation and try again.
Many are stubborn in relation to the path, a few in relation to the target.

agent47

#6
24. Jan 2012, 23:00:05
To prove that the problem is with your software here's what I did:

I installed a fresh copy of SMF on my test server and then installed ONLY PortaMx package. And since my theme is a theme with a fixed width, the large content is overflown out of the posts page as shown on my test server | http://www.superheroalliance.tk/index.php?topic=2.0 (REMEMBER I HAVE INSTALLED ONLY PortaMx). With other portal softwares there's a left-right scroll bar when extra-large content is posted but this is what happens with PortaMx. I hope you fix this issue in your next PortaMx release. Please! This obviously happens only on themes that have a "fixed width" but you have to remember that most themes out there come with fixed widths.

Now let me show you the comparison:
This site runs on Simple Portal | http://torrenthub.tk/index.php?topic=2.0 and I have posted the same content and can you see how the content neatly stays inside it's width instead of overflowing. I have made it extremely clear for you now.

I hope you can spot the bug which I'm trying to show you and please tell me that this fix is possible?
I can even give you admin access to both those sites if you would like to see for yourself that I have not installed any other mods except for PortaMx.

Thanking you,
47
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feline

#7
25. Jan 2012, 21:03:21
Well .. two different things  ;)
1.. On SimplePortal you have NO Left panel
2.. On PortaMx you have a left panel

For a legal test you have to test both with the same settings of the left panel.
And finally .. in the PortaMx Global Settings, you can enable the option "Enable Forum area horizontal scroll on overflow"
Many are stubborn in relation to the path, a few in relation to the target.

agent47

#8
25. Jan 2012, 21:17:54
Quote from: feline on 25. Jan 2012, 21:03:21For a legal test you have to test both with the same settings of the left panel.
I'm sorry. I just didn't realize that because it was a fresh install[/quote]

Quote from: feline on 25. Jan 2012, 21:03:21
And finally .. in the PortaMx Global Settings, you can enable the option "Enable Forum area horizontal scroll on overflow"
Hahaha Feline-o-feline and you couldn't tell me this earlier why? lol :D
It's amazing how you guys can think about every little aspect while building an amazing piece of software. Thank you feline, thank you so much. It's working perfectly now
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