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#1 2014-10-20 14:59:05

plg
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[2.7] .browsePath width and Safari

Hi flop25,

In [Subversion] r26971 you introduced width:990px on .browsePath. It seems to work fine on Firefox/Chrome but it is a problem on MacOSX Safari : you can click on buttons of #imageToolBar (such as size selector).

Furthermore, I see no effect of jBreadCrumb :-/


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#2 2014-10-20 15:46:51

flop25
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Re: [2.7] .browsePath width and Safari

I have safari and I usually test on it too
I will check if i can reproduce on safari/win


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#3 2014-10-21 10:43:16

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Re: [2.7] .browsePath width and Safari

thanhphan467 wrote:

css of piwigo maybe not support 100% for safari, can you open developper tool of safary and copy html & css to notepad++ and compare css in chrome's developer

thx for trying to help but that's ok ; what you're saying in all your posts is not so related to the thread :/


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#4 2015-02-13 20:07:58

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Re: [2.7] .browsePath width and Safari

I reproduce but that might be better to revert all that "feature" and I or someone else comes with a better js/idea/implementation


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#5 2015-02-13 21:43:58

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Re: [2.7] .browsePath width and Safari

OK, and that would make a nice plugin maybe. For now I don't want a "too big" code change, to avoid side effects... I will see how to do it :-)


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#6 2015-02-13 21:46:46

flop25
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Re: [2.7] .browsePath width and Safari

everything added is related to browsePath (css and js) We can let the js file and remove the css php and tpl codes


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#7 2015-02-16 11:48:17

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