Technically, it uses the jQuery Tools' overlay system. It's implementation is done by XenForo, and not myself, and is a standard part of their framework. I did not have to write any JS to achieve the overlay effect, it's done with a simple CSS class.does the overlay uses jquery?
face says it allPossibly..
The current system is integrated so that links with an "OverlayTrigger" class will be opened in overlays. It makes an AJAX call, and uses JSON returned by the XenForo framework to load the css/js files required by the template. How does yours pull content via AJAX? Does it use JSON?
Arguably this issue should be raised with XenForo, since it is a problem with their implementation.
Yeah I don't bother to try to understand what they're saying, all I know is that it's fixed nowface says it all
Its sadder when you can follow and understand it...lolYeah I don't bother to try to understand what they're saying, all I know is that it's fixed now
lolYeah I don't bother to try to understand what they're saying, all I know is that it's fixed now
Yeah that's what I did. Well, not to 75% I zoomed out to like 90% or 85% and it fixed the problem for me. Like most everyone else I didn't get most of the stuff that was being discussed lol. Punching random buttons usually works well for me...sometimes it doesn't but then it creates a good laugh.When I first joined, I noticed the issue but...all I had to do was zoom out the page of my screen to 75% instead of 100%