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My Bad Nav bar Problem not fixed.

Post by Colt on October 5th 2010, 6:55 am

I thought I had fixed the problem by deleting the forum cookies but had failed to resign into forum when i did all the nav. button reappeared back on 1 line again while using IE 8 browser & I'm told by others it looks the same on IE 7 too.
Sorry to repost this problem again after requesting it being closed but I don't know what else to do since more than half the people that go to my site use IE & I have also seen this at other sites too & am surprised that I am the only one with this problem or reporting it?
Any Ideas what could be wrong it was fine yesterday & there have been no changes made in the admin. control panel I am also posting my previous post here too.
Once again sorry for reposting same problem.
Thanx in advance.
Colt

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I just noticed on my site & several others that use lots of nav. buttons that while using IE the nav. buttons are forced to appear on 1 line even tho the forum is set not to. Other browsers it looks ok & this I have seen at 4 other sites too.
Is this just a forumotion glitch that will go away soon I hope?


Opera Browser


IE Browser


How it looks on same PC when nav buttons set to show text also.
Working like it should.



Last edited by Colt on October 5th 2010, 9:42 am; edited 2 times in total (Reason for editing : Update with new screen shot of nav. buttons & text on 3 lines.)
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Re: My Bad Nav bar Problem not fixed.

Post by ankillien on October 5th 2010, 7:27 am

Hello,

Please try adding this code to Admin CP > Display > Colors > CSS

Code:
.bodyline {
width: 80% !important;
}
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Re: My Bad Nav bar Problem not fixed.

Post by Colt on October 5th 2010, 7:48 am

Thanx ankillien I tried that css script but it didn't help.


Another thing I have noticed is if I set the Header/navigation Display only images in the navbar : to no it then returns the nav buttons to 3 lines instead of forcing it to 1 line.
Also this is not happening on all computers either I have 1 that it appears normal on & another friend has no problem either while 2 other friends do have problems so I am at a loss.
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Re: My Bad Nav bar Problem not fixed.

Post by Colt on October 6th 2010, 6:50 am

Heres a lil update on the problem the best I can tell is that this is only happening on older tube type monitors & not flat screens running IE browser.

I have since removed or moved half of my nav. buttons to the sidebar to stop the screen stretch, a temp fix I hope.
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Re: My Bad Nav bar Problem not fixed.

Post by ankillien on October 6th 2010, 8:39 am

I might need to see your board as a logged in member. Do you have a test account? Please provide me the log in info so that I can check the issue myself.
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