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forum started to be narrow

Post by mik » Thu Oct 20, 2005 1:47 pm

hi,

since yesterday, when i'm not loged in, forum is not in full width of browser, but as frame on the page. forum section is now narrower and starts to be extremly long, so beside of scroll bar in browser appears another one in frame where is forum. its really hard to browse forum now with two scrollbars... i suggest to have it like before, on full page.
even when somebody is not logged in (f.e. when just read posts).

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Post by tlatosmd » Thu Oct 20, 2005 2:30 pm

The forum is just getting back to what it used to be before Andreas closed down the ftp. Must be a sign it'll soon be back.
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Re: forum started to be narrow

Post by Will2 » Mon Oct 24, 2005 2:40 am

mik wrote:hi,

since yesterday, when i'm not loged in, forum is not in full width of browser, but as frame on the page.
mik.
Its really a pain for those of use with wide screens... is there a way to keep the FilmShooting.com frame but make the forum frame as wide as the screen will allow? Thanks.

(p.s. I have contributed and plan to keep doing so, thanks for all the great work!) :D

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Post by Andreas Wideroe » Sun Dec 04, 2005 12:51 pm

The scrolling issue is fixed, but you will have to live with a max 800px wide site in the future - like it used to be.

Sorry.

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