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Horace
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Re: Website upgrade

Post by Horace » Sun Oct 30, 2016 7:06 pm

SiteAdmin wrote:. Phone and 4k users will have to test to see if this is what you want. (I have no idea if it will mess up any other formatting, as it was hard-coded to a max width of 1152 pixels.)
That's horrible. 1152px is less than 30% of my maximized window width!

I don't have problems with small fonts.in Firefox, because I can always select "Zoom text only" from the "View" menu without bloating any of the graphics.

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Re: Website upgrade

Post by bperet » Tue Nov 01, 2016 10:06 am

Since I only have a regular desktop, I would suggest you visit the phpBB Styles Demo page and see if there is a style that is more appropriate to hires displays and smartPhones. Let me know if you find an appropriate one, and I can adapt it for RS2.

The style I am using here is an extension of prosilver.
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Re: Website upgrade

Post by bperet » Tue Nov 08, 2016 11:50 am

I have restricted access to the "Models (theoretical and computer)" forum to registered users (no bots or guests), so I can include access/login information for those programmers that wish to contribute to code development for the Reciprocal System.
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Re: Website upgrade

Post by bperet » Wed Feb 01, 2017 5:05 pm

More forum updates coming up... this time to phpBB 3.2.

The only known problem is that cached stylesheet data is not cleared by your browser after the upgrade, so when you visit the site and the display is screwed up (menus open, icons repeating all over the screen, etc), just clear your browser cache. Most browsers will do this by hitting CTRL-F5.
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Re: Website upgrade

Post by bperet » Wed Feb 01, 2017 5:21 pm

Updates are in place. As near as I can tell, all the customizations are working without problems.
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