From: Cory Nelson (phrosty_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-12-13 22:00:34
For a library all about portability, the webpage having so much quirks
depending on what browser you use doesn't seem to fit - I hope you can
get them all fixed.
I do like the clean design though. Good job.
On Mon, 13 Dec 2004 20:28:16 -0600, Rene Rivera
> Beman Dawes wrote:
> > At 04:47 PM 12/12/2004, Robert Ramey wrote:
> > >I have to agree, same experience with my IE6. Even if I increase the
> > text
> > >size from Medium(default) to Larger, the monospace fonts are much smaller
> > >than the other ones.
> > >
> > >Robert Ramey
> > >
> > >> All of the monospace text is unreadably small in a default (I think)
> > >> IE6 configuration. At least it is in mine. It comes out as
> > >> something lik 6 or 7 point courier.
> > Same here on a notebook LCD screen. But Firefox doesn't have the
> > monospace font problem.
> Fixed. And made sure the size is consistent across browsers.
> Jeff Garland wrote:
> > I did some testing -- mostly good results.
> > Platform/Browser
> > Linux/Epiphany -- fine (minor chopping of logo on left side)
> > Linux/Firefox -- fine (minor chopping of logo on left side)
> > Linux/Galeon -- fine (minor chopping of logo on left side)
> Can't do much about that even if we had a vector version :-( One
> possibility is to let it bleed into the rest of the text. Not a good
> choice IMO.
> > Linux/Konqueror -- Search did not render Google logo, instead a
> button with
> > 'Google Search' (doesn't quite look right).
> Not all browsers support enough of CSS to change the button image, but
> they should fall back to showing the button label. How does it not look
> right? Is it too small? (I just changed it so for a possible fix in this
> case) Is the text messed up somehow?
> Also, no
> > rollover display on left side menu. This is
> > 3.2.0
> Again, not all browsers are smart enough :-( For example IE doesn't
> display the rollover frame highlight on the menu either.
> > Win98/IE 6 -- fine
> > Win98/Firefox -- fine
> > Win98/Netscape 7 -- fine
> > WinXPSP2/IE 6 -- fine
> > WinXPSP2/Firefox -- fine
> Thanks :-)
> > Couple minor thoughts:
> > 1) I noticed slow loading of the W3C graphics. I think in the final
> > we should make these local to the boost site (or ditch them).
> Changed now, it might still be slow as my upload bandwidth is only a T1.
> > 2) Can we expand the search box a bit? I think it would make it more
> > and since your design nicely flows the text adding a bit more room
> > really change the page much.
> Yes, done.
> > Anyway, excellent work!
> Thank you!
> Daniel Frey wrote:
> > Two things I noticed, using Firefox:
> > Moving the mouse over the navigation bar leads to the items to flicker
> > on mouse-over/mouse-away. Maybe just a Firefox-issue? But then. "normal"
> > links don't show that problem...
> It's a Firefox only problem AFAIK. Minor problem though ;-)
> > The second point is, that the headline for 1.31.0 is now left of Aleksey
> > Gurtovoy's picture. Maybe that's due to my screensize (1600x1200), which
> > allows a lot of text in a single line, so there are not enough lines in
> > the paragraph that contains the image.
> Nice catch! Fixed now.
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