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Digby_Adams
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on 09/21/2012

It's moving from the right side to the left side. I don't like this. Is this new? Have I been asleep? Can I stop it? Do I have to adjust?

Simon
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on 09/21/2012

We've updated our JavaScript code. It's just a cache issue. It's probably enough to simply load the page again. The cache should refresh itself automatically.


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dustytoes
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on 09/22/2012

It did not go away for me.  It's quite annoying as it's in the way when trying to edit.

edited to say: now it's gone.  I edited a few more pages and it went away.

 

 

 


Digby_Adams
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on 09/22/2012

I just cleared my cache and it went away. I hope it doesn't come back.

dustytoes
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on 09/22/2012

It was evil.

Wink


Mike_W
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on 09/22/2012

I haven't been enjoying it, glad to know it will go away. I've also been finding I can't drag and drop modules.

Know to work out how to clear the cache...

Digby_Adams
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on 09/22/2012

Also you have to make liberal use of the space module to keep all of the modules lined up the way you want. If you don't and just size up the text and the image it can all all mish mash without warning.

dustytoes
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on 09/23/2012

 

Digby_Adams: 09/22/2012 - 10:16 PM

Also you have to make liberal use of the space module to keep all of the modules lined up the way you want. If you don't and just size up the text and the image it can all all mish mash without warning.

I don't think I've had that problem with the modules not lining up, but now I know what the space module is for!

@Mike - One trick with the modules is to do to the area of the page where you want the module to show up before you add it then there is not so much moving involved.

Your modules won't move at all?  What about if you use the arrows?


Simon
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on 09/23/2012

@Mike: It all works for me in IE and Chrome, so I'm pretty sure it's a cache issue.

@Digby: You are talking about the zooming feature in your browser? I definitively can imagine, that the modules are shifted around when using this. You can use a full sized module here and there to fix the layout; as a replacement to the space module. It's probably best, not using too many "shrinked" modules in a row anyway. Personally, I believe articles are easier to read without too much of a two-column layout ...


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