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7 years 4 months ago #1

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I don't want to "bitch", but I notice stuff. Check out the link, this only happens in CHROME (MAC) not in FF. So a browser problem. www.poldi.sonnabend-edv.de/index.php/div...-porsche-944-gekauft

I set the "item spacing" to 4. This does work, but CHROME shows a spacing that is too wide. Resizing the page a tick, fixes this instantly. So somewhere along the way, maybe you guys can refresh the layout. CHROME "forgets" to do it. Can't replicate this but on the first two menu entries. FIREFOX does not show this phenomenon.

7 years 4 months ago #2

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This is the same effect on tabs > 1. Never tried it before, but if switching to tab >1 and having the spacing next to zero is fixed instantly by resizing the browser even if only a few millimeters. This works in CHROME and FF.

Try it here: poldi.sonnabend-edv.de/index.php/diverse...-bei-jack-in-atlanta

7 years 4 months ago #3

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Hello,

I'll try to explain you how it works. Width of container for each thumbnail we calculate automatically with Javascript. Width of thumbnail container depends from parent container.

For example, you parent container has width 1000px, you have 4 columns, so thumbnail container is 250px - 4px space between thumbnails. and problem comes here. To hold thumbnails in a 1 line some, width can be changed, in another way, grid will be broken

So, the best to set 0px, 5px, 10px etc. between thumbnails

and also width of each browser little bit different, but we can't affect on it

Regards,

7 years 4 months ago #4

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www.poldi.sonnabend-edv.de/index.php/gar...-08-bei-ziu-ziu-lene

What I don't understand, the first tab is fine. I change to another tab and when I "come back" the margins are "gone". So something is doing something... ;)

7 years 4 months ago #5

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Just 4 info!

On my IMAC 27" this does not happen. Same OS, browser everything. The spacing is fine there, also in the tabs. On my macBook things get messy, even though everything is basically the same except resolution...
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