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#1 2009-02-21 09:01:42

stevecherry
DailyFrame
US - California
2007-09-28
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RESOLVED [see last] - thumbnails in IE8 all bunched up and overlapping

Hi - I could not find a duplicate of this discussion so here goes:

I just upgraded to 2.0, and now everything seems to be doing well in Firefox, but I noticed in Internet Explorer 8 that when I click on a category of images, I get a page of overlapping thumbs all on top of each other.

I know IE has some issues here and there, but I am wondering if I have some setting messed up.  When you click on the link below, be sure to drill down to one of the specific categories. 

Link:  http://dailyframe.com/gallery/

Thanks for any help you can provide.

Best regards,
Steve Cherry

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#2 2009-02-21 09:08:45

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Piwigo Team
Quetigny - France
2007-07-27
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Re: RESOLVED [see last] - thumbnails in IE8 all bunched up and overlapping

Thank you for this return.

Can you make us screenshots of the problem with IE8.

Did you modify files?


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#3 2009-02-21 17:03:29

stevecherry
DailyFrame
US - California
2007-09-28
13

Re: RESOLVED [see last] - thumbnails in IE8 all bunched up and overlapping

OK - Here are 2 screenshots in IE8.  One is for the thumb overlap issue.

The other is a shot of the login to this forum - when I click on "Login" it briefly flashes the input boxes for user/pass and then they go away completely.  I took a screenshot of what it looks like after they go away.


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#4 2009-02-21 17:54:51

stevecherry
DailyFrame
US - California
2007-09-28
13

Re: RESOLVED [see last] - thumbnails in IE8 all bunched up and overlapping

Hello - One more thought here that I recall from the upgrade:

I backed up my local include/config file and include/mysql file per the instructions, however I could not get the upgrade (or anything else for that matter) to execute when I replaced the old config file back into the new include folder.  I had to use the config file from the new 2.0 package to get the upgrade to work.

From the instructions, I was under the impression that once I uploaded the new 2.0 package to the server, that I should then put those two backed up files back in to the include folder, so I am not sure if I did something wrong there.

Thanks again for all the hard work on this - the new theme looks really nice.

I am also experimenting with the Ploader for the first time.

Steve C

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#5 2009-02-22 00:27:05

stevecherry
DailyFrame
US - California
2007-09-28
13

Re: RESOLVED [see last] - thumbnails in IE8 all bunched up and overlapping

Here is one more screenshot - this time in IE 7 which seems to have the same issues.

This issue happens in both standard 1024x768 and my larger widescreen 16:9 format 19" screen


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#6 2009-02-27 18:18:47

stevecherry
DailyFrame
US - California
2007-09-28
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Re: RESOLVED [see last] - thumbnails in IE8 all bunched up and overlapping

Hi all - I found that this was a pretty simple error.  When I backed up files, I tried to use the old backed up "layout.css file", but it seems the new version requires the full name "default-layout.css"  Not sure how I got that messed up, but I did.

Once I reverted to the default-layout.css file provided in the new installation package, my problems seemed to go away.

So - Unless you have seriously mod'd your old default-layout.css you should just go with the fresh new one provided in the 2.0 package.

Developers - feel free to correct or edit my posts here because I hope this will help and not lead astray ;0)

Thanks for such an elegant design!

Steve Cherry
www.stevencherry.com

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#7 2009-02-27 19:37:48

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Former Piwigo Team
Paris (FR)
2005-05-04
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Re: RESOLVED [see last] - thumbnails in IE8 all bunched up and overlapping

stevecherry wrote:

Hi all - I found that this was a pretty simple error.  When I backed up files, I tried to use the old backed up "layout.css file", but it seems the new version requires the full name "default-layout.css"  Not sure how I got that messed up, but I did.

Once I reverted to the default-layout.css file provided in the new installation package, my problems seemed to go away.

So - Unless you have seriously mod'd your old default-layout.css you should just go with the fresh new one provided in the 2.0 package.

Developers - feel free to correct or edit my posts here because I hope this will help and not lead astray ;0)

Never change a default file.
Create or change the local file: now, LocalFiles Editor plugin is here to help you.
Local files need to have only your updates (Overrides only).

stevecherry wrote:

Thanks for such an elegant design!

Steve Cherry
www.stevencherry.com

Thanks. Direct to Stripy who has created this concept.


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#8 2009-03-28 01:06:28

freelimiter
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2009-03-27
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Re: RESOLVED [see last] - thumbnails in IE8 all bunched up and overlapping

Hi there, I'm having the same issue, the images are outside the boxes. (see attachment)
This is a fresh install of Piwigo and updated to 2.0.1 just today
I haven't done a lot of customization except adding more image information as described in 
   [Forum, topic 10334] more information
and it is working fine.

Hopefully it didn't affect it.

Any suggestions?

Thanks


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