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Kelimion
Jeroen van Rijn
233 posts
3 projects

A big ball of Wibbly-Wobbly, Timey-Wimey _stuff_

#9625 New site style
8 months, 3 weeks ago

sharazam
I just wanted to say: I am constantly getting a 403 error (CSRF failed) when logging in from another page. I logged in from the "Forums" page, but when I go back to the "Projects" page, I am suddenly logged out. So I wanted to login again (from the "Projects" page this time), but just got:

"Forbidden (403) | CSRF verification failed. Request aborted. | More information is available with DEBUG=True."

Then I switched back to the "Forums" tab and suddenly I am logged in again. Maybe the cookies aren't checked correctly?

This should work fine if you log in over https. I'll have a look at the http->https redirects on Monday. Thanks for the report, sharazam.
mrmixer
Simon Anciaux
247 posts
#10427 New site style
7 months, 1 week ago

The "Log in to reply" link a the bottom of the page is barely visible on the light theme.
ChronalDragon
Andrew Chronister
184 posts
2 projects

Developer, administrator, and style wrangler

#10474 New site style
7 months ago

mrmixer
The "Log in to reply" link a the bottom of the page is barely visible on the light theme.


This is now fixed, thanks.
ChronalDragon
Andrew Chronister
184 posts
2 projects

Developer, administrator, and style wrangler

#10487 New site style
7 months ago Edited by Andrew Chronister on Jan. 24, 2017, 10:07 a.m.

Just pushed a pretty major change, including page layout changes and stylesheet changes, and the server seems to be serving up old versions of the stylesheets at the moment. Give it a bit to sort itself out and everything should shortly return to normal.
ratchetfreak
294 posts
#10488 New site style
7 months ago

ChronalDragon
Just pushed a pretty major change, including page layout changes and stylesheet changes, and the server seems to be serving up old versions of the stylesheets at the moment. Give it a bit to sort itself out and everything should shortly return to normal.


Did the new-post marker disappear because of this change?
ChronalDragon
Andrew Chronister
184 posts
2 projects

Developer, administrator, and style wrangler

#10494 New site style
7 months ago

ratchetfreak
ChronalDragon
Just pushed a pretty major change, including page layout changes and stylesheet changes, and the server seems to be serving up old versions of the stylesheets at the moment. Give it a bit to sort itself out and everything should shortly return to normal.


Did the new-post marker disappear because of this change?


It did, I just pushed a quick fix
Sizik
Matt
32 posts
#10499 New site style
7 months ago Edited by Matt on Jan. 25, 2017, 12:25 a.m.

ChronalDragon
It did, I just pushed a quick fix


It looks like you got it backwards, now it has the red line for read posts and no line for unread ones.
Edit: It's that way on the light theme, the dark theme looks fine.
ChronalDragon
Andrew Chronister
184 posts
2 projects

Developer, administrator, and style wrangler

#10502 New site style
7 months ago

You raise a compelling argument.

I've just pushed a quickfix for the quickfix, it should be visible within ~15 minutes.
mrmixer
Simon Anciaux
247 posts
#10510 New site style
7 months ago Edited by Simon Anciaux on Jan. 25, 2017, 1:56 p.m.

Actually I was talking about the "login to reply" at the bottom of threads. But you may have missed it because it's invisible !

A few notes on the new style (since you're working on it):
- there is a scrollbar at the right of the toolbox (Bold, italic...)
- I don't think there is a need to repeat the thread title above each posts. I would prefer a bigger thread title at the top
- I would like the date in addition of the "elapsed" time since a message was posted, at least for message older than a day.
- If the row with the "date" and edit reason is too long, it pushes the Quote, Reply, Edit buttons down.
- On the homepage I find that changing the color of the "1 more recently" links to match the "project color" a bit odd.
- On the homepage and feed page, I also find the different color based on the read status of a thread a bit odd. Maybe changing the background color would be ok, but changing the text color doesn't feel great in my opinion.

But I like the new layout of the homepage better.
And thanks for the RSS feed.
mmozeiko
Mārtiņš Možeiko
1441 posts
1 project
#10524 New site style
7 months ago Edited by Mārtiņš Možeiko on Jan. 25, 2017, 6 p.m.

Now all "View all posts" feed (https://handmade.network/feed) doesn't visually show which posts I have read and which not.

Previously it had nice dotted line on left side.
ChronalDragon
Andrew Chronister
184 posts
2 projects

Developer, administrator, and style wrangler

#10528 New site style
7 months ago Edited by Andrew Chronister on Jan. 25, 2017, 6:35 p.m.

mmozeiko
Now all "View all posts" feed (https://handmade.network/feed) doesn't visually show which posts I have read and which not.

Previously it had nice dotted line on left side.


It does actually, unread posts have colored link text and darker body text. Evidently I need to add additional indication, since I've gotten other "bug reports" about this issue
Kelimion
Jeroen van Rijn
233 posts
3 projects

A big ball of Wibbly-Wobbly, Timey-Wimey _stuff_

#10529 New site style
7 months ago

Ah, right. Now that you point it out… it's just that it's a change from the way they used to be signaled that threw me off, @chronal.
mmozeiko
Mārtiņš Možeiko
1441 posts
1 project
#10532 New site style
7 months ago Edited by Mārtiņš Možeiko on Jan. 25, 2017, 8:05 p.m.

Ohhh, I didn't notice that text is just bold now. I think maybe it will look nicer if background would be a bit darker (or lighter, depending on theme) for unread things.
Sizik
Matt
32 posts
#10535 New site style
7 months ago

The clickable area of the "jump to latest/first unread post" button seems to be above the >> itself.
(Tested on Chrome)
CaptainKraft
Jeremiah
145 posts
2 projects

Father, husband, C programmer, and Linux apologist. Think before you code.

#10536 New site style
7 months ago

I almost put in a bug report myself until I scrolled down far enough to see the difference in old vs new posts.

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