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tecman
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2 years ago
Have just noticed this in Firefox:

 Username over avatar.png You have insufficient rights to see the content.

All is ok in Chromium-based browsers.

Is there a quick fix for this (for example, in a CSS)?

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tha_watcha
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2 years ago
Originally Posted by: tecman 

Is there a quick fix for this (for example, in a CSS)?

Dont use firefox 😁

Otherwise i dont have firefox. but try to add some flex value to the wrapper div of the image in the controls/displaypost.ascx

https://github.com/YAFNET/YAFNET/blob/f49ab1869146942175edd08677f1299597422391/yafsrc/YetAnotherForum.NET/controls/DisplayPost.ascx#L26 

tecman
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2 years ago
If you develop a forum engine for the world-wide use, I would recommend that you test it in all major browsers including Firefox.
tecman
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2 years ago
Just a confirmation:
style="flex:0 0 2.33333%"> fixes the problem for Firefox.
tha_watcha
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2 years ago
Originally Posted by: tecman 

If you develop a forum engine for the world-wide use, I would recommend that you test it in all major browsers including Firefox.

Please keep in mind that this is a open source forum. i don't work full time on this project nor i get paid. It would be impossible to test this with every browser.

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2 years ago
I meant just major browsers. As for me, if we talk about desktop, these are Chromium-based ones (Google Chrome), Apple Safari and Firefox.

And thank you again for doing this wonderful .NET forum engine. Believe us, we do appreciate your work!👍👍👍

tha_watcha
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2 years ago
Well that's why yaf uses now a css framework. So don't need to test this with every browser.