BugZone: Nothing's perfect...

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Soi Dog wrote:Can you add an option not to see the taglines of posters?
Are there any that are huge or formatted strangely that I can look into?
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General Mackevili wrote:
Soi Dog wrote:Can you add an option not to see the taglines of posters?
Are there any that are huge or formatted strangely that I can look into?
Jamie's, on my combination of Win7 64-but and Chrome, takes over half a screen on a 22" monitor. No big thing.
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Damn, I'll see if I can shrink it or something tomorrow.
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StroppyChops wrote:
General Mackevili wrote:
Soi Dog wrote:Can you add an option not to see the taglines of posters?
Are there any that are huge or formatted strangely that I can look into?
Jamie's, on my combination of Win7 64-but and Chrome, takes over half a screen on a 22" monitor. No big thing.

actually its only 3" high on my 14' screen
still do we need to see it so big, ( yet if u shrink it they will be unreadable) not saying i can read khmer either LOL
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phuketrichard wrote:
StroppyChops wrote:
General Mackevili wrote:
Soi Dog wrote:Can you add an option not to see the taglines of posters?
Are there any that are huge or formatted strangely that I can look into?
Jamie's, on my combination of Win7 64-but and Chrome, takes over half a screen on a 22" monitor. No big thing.

actually its only 3" high on my 14' screen
still do we need to see it so big, ( yet if u shrink it they will be unreadable) not saying i can read khmer either LOL
for some people the images are displaying in a long column, for some they tile sideways. makes a huge difference, and overall i think images in sig should probably not be allowed. we limit the # of characters to keep text to a minimum, but one could bypass that with a gigantor fuckoff long image. and it's a signature...
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OrangeDragon wrote: overall i think images in sig should probably not be allowed
Agreed.

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Done. Easily undone if there's too much objection/etc... but overall I think it will be beneficial.
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OrangeDragon wrote:Done. Easily undone if there's too much objection/etc... but overall I think it will be beneficial.
How long will that take to filter through?

I've cleared my browser cache (FF) and still I see a long list of images here https://cambodiaexpatsonline.com/topic4675-10.html
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Hmmm... may be that it only enforces it on edits... not on existing sigs.
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Confirmed that was the issue, wrapped his sig in a

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 block so we don't take away his file paths in case he wants to save them.
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