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boss.
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  1. Removed the weird padding in forum view in chrome. (Kesh why didn't you tell me about this!!!) For some reason, the height:50px on the table cells worked in chrome but not firefox, so I never knew there was an issue in chrome in forum view.
  2. Also added this which works best in chrome, since my css worked best in firefox and I figured I'd give chrome something cool to make up for it
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what does god need with a starship?
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cool
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officially the worst jaxboard
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I take JaxBoards seriously
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I have no idea what you're talking about with #1

Edit: Okay, wow, there's a big difference in the size of padding in Firefox and chrome in forum view... either you didn't fix it or you messed it up even more. Even so, I never would have noticed weird padding because you have stupid huge padding everywhere lol

Edit Edit: Ok, finally my cache updated (for some reason it didn't right away??!?!?); yeah I see the error a LOT where people put a height attribute, then forget about it and use padding instead, which leads to whatever you're doing look terrible in Chrome... didn't realize JaxBoards made the same mistake too.

Chrome and Firefox render it totally differently, with Firefox rendering the height including the padding area, and Chrome doing the area after the padding (which makes more sense... why would you need to include the padding when you set that already...)

I guess this is what JaxBoards is supposed to look like? I never knew!
Edited by: Kesha, Oct 4th, 2011 @ 6:54 am
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Time Lord
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box model sucks...

padding should be included in height and width calculation like firefox does...

usually I end up double wrapping stuff in divs to achieve the desired effect...

outer div for width+height and inner for padding.

which has it's own issues on IE.. god damn IE.

why? Have you ever tried to position two divs side by side? its impossible if you use a pixel padding measurement. if the screen gets two small the boxes overlap or push one lower than the other.
Edited by: Stephen, Oct 4th, 2011 @ 9:22 am
I broked it... Can you fix it Uncle Sean?
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show me an example
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