Updates at Pharmer.org

This morning we've updated the software that powers Pharmer.org to the newest version. 

While most of the changes are subtle, there are several visible changes that we are very excited about:

  1. Vastly improved search function
  2. Graphical text editor for the forums
  3. Easier uploading and handling of images for forum posts

We hope these changes improve the user experience at Pharmer.org, and we would really appreciate any feedback.  One unfortunate consequence of the upgrade was the loss of the personal galleries.  Right now all the contributed images in the personal galleries have been moved to the Contrib gallery and we look forward to more submissions.  Also, please bear with us over the next few days as we will undoubtedly uncover some hidden bugs.   

kirby
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Left Menu Boxes

I didn't notice this earlier today on Foxfire, but now I am using Internet Explorer.  Before logging in there are four boxes on the left.  Top borders on boxes 1 and 3 don't go completely across the boxes, and the boxes are wider than 2 and 4.

After logging in, there are three boxes on the left.  Top borders don't go completely across boxes 1 and 2, and the boxes are wider than 3.


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A solution

Hi Kirby,

Thanks for the bug report.   

Here is a solution to the CSS problem with Microsoft Internet Explorer.

 

However, I think I have it working now.  It was a problem with how Internet explorer was interpreting the padding of the menu high-lights.

 Thanks,

Davidm 


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Okay, thanks

I use Foxfire (home) and IE (work).  It was only a problem on IE, and I appreciate your response.   The left sidebars look great now with both browsers.  Thanks.


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