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Resize text box overlaps emoticons on right side

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Disco2Guy

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I noticed today when writing the "save the date for the Annual" post, that when the text box is resized, the emoticons to the right don't move. So when the box gets stretched to the right the icons overly with the text. like this.

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::nuts:: Not here::amazed::

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I noticed today when writing the "save the date for the Annual" post, that when the text box is resized, the emoticons to the right don't move. So when the box gets stretched to the right the icons overly with the text. like this.


I can confirm the same.

Looking at the code its layout comes from class 'smiliebox.floatcontainer'. It uses a relative reference but the page size has been artificially restricted to the width you see (if you have a large-enough screen, you can drag the browser window horizontally and the page will not increase in width (it simply adds whitespace to the left and right.) It's obeying the inherited size of the page (working as expected.)

I don't think we can fix this without A. removing the smiliebox to the right or B. re-coding the site to respect the width of the browser.

Removing the smiliebox isn't the worst thing though; up above in the editor is another way of accessing the smilies -- we could just leave that one in place and get rid of the right hand smiliebox.

Let me know if that's the direction we want to take.

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Disco2Guy

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It's not that big of a deal. It's just something I noticed while writing that post. Resizing the text box is something I rarely do, and no one has had an issue with it yet. It's fine if we keep it the way it is, or remove it and use the other location.

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Hmm.. Did some searching and it looks like more or less a vBulletin issue, It can be fixed although I'm afraid if we upgrade it may break other things in the process :X

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Disco2Guy

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Yeah, not worth the risk then.

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