Words overlapping?

bill1952 Jul 15, 2011

  1. bill1952

    bill1952 TrainBoard Member

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    I noticed that when you are on the form section. That the second line, the first 3 blocks there are words overlapping each other. Will there be a fix on this soon?

    Thanks,
    Bill1952
     
  2. FriscoCharlie

    FriscoCharlie Staff Member TrainBoard Supporter

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    That's only on certain resolutions but we are working on it.

    Charlie
     
  3. railnut456

    railnut456 TrainBoard Member

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    I hope so cause it's a bit tough finding things the way things are right now.
     
  4. bnsf971

    bnsf971 TrainBoard Member

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    For now, until it gets fixed, you can try viewing in a different screen resolution, or maybe even a different browser.
     
  5. fitz

    fitz Staff Member

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    If using a MAC, just drag the screen wider and it works just fine and eliminates the overlap. Actually you should be able to do that with a PC, as well.
    :tb-confused:
     
  6. bnsf971

    bnsf971 TrainBoard Member

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    With a PC, you have to move the cursor (mouse ) over the edge of the page, then press the left mouse button, hold it, and move it outward. Windows is so much easier... Bwahahaha....
     
  7. virgule

    virgule TrainBoard Member

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    Just clocking in. This bug manifest in Camino, Firefox and Safari just as well. Perhaps this be pedantic but it's not so much the resolution of the screen per se but the width of the browser's window that trigger this bug.
     
  8. railnut456

    railnut456 TrainBoard Member

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    I've got the screen maximize to fit the entire window so trying to drag it wider is not the answer to what ever this issue is. I also cant adjust the PC settings as I use a public computer and those functions are locked out
     
  9. bill1952

    bill1952 TrainBoard Member

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    Looks like it is fixed. Thanks!!!
     
  10. jhn_plsn

    jhn_plsn TrainBoard Supporter

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    It does look as if it is good to go. It seemed to happen on certain pages and not others but I just went through them all and so far so good.:thumbs_up:
     
  11. YoHo

    YoHo TrainBoard Supporter

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    It's really both since on a higher resolution screen, the buttons are "smaller." More specifically, the buttons are a number of pixels in size, if the screen resolution is higher, it fits more pixels which means that for a given physical size of browser window has more pixels and thus a fixed pixel button will be smaller.
     

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