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Problem with article comments & the blue theme

Fri Mar 08, 2013 9:07 pm

The links back to previous comments are too dark to read easily with the blue theme:

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Re: Problem with article comments & the blue theme

Fri Mar 08, 2013 9:26 pm

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Re: Problem with article comments & the blue theme

Fri Mar 08, 2013 10:25 pm

See, I knew there was a reason you are in my killfile.
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Re: Problem with article comments & the blue theme

Fri Mar 08, 2013 10:31 pm

JohnC wrote:
Are you using some kind of retarded non-default view? Switch back to "default", problem solved. :P

Edit: Even with retarded (seriously... switch back to normal view!) "Flat, reverse-chronological" view these links look "white" to me... Maybe you should switch browser to non-retarded one (I use Firefox, but the Chrome and Safari also work fine) :P

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Re: Problem with article comments & the blue theme

Fri Mar 08, 2013 11:21 pm

Captain Ned wrote:
JohnC wrote:
Are you using some kind of retarded non-default view? Switch back to "default", problem solved. :P

Edit: Even with retarded (seriously... switch back to normal view!) "Flat, reverse-chronological" view these links look "white" to me... Maybe you should switch browser to non-retarded one (I use Firefox, but the Chrome and Safari also work fine) :P

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Please kindly show me where "such attack" has occurred in this thread? Or you simply got a PM from an internet browser (was it "Internet Explorer"??? Tell us!) telling you that I called it (the inanimate piece of software) retarded? :wink: You guys and your "ovary-reactions" are just lulz...
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Re: Problem with article comments & the blue theme

Sat Mar 09, 2013 1:10 pm

It's certainly something with this copy of Chrome, but what I know not. Launching it in incognito mode fixes it, and it doesn't happen on the Chromebook[1] or with Firefox. Can't think of any extensions that should be causing this, and in any case they're synced across all my Chrome instances. Force-reload doesn't fix it either.

It's a mystery. :-?

[1] The Cr-48 and this copy of Chrome are both v26 beta.
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Re: Problem with article comments & the blue theme

Sun Mar 10, 2013 6:06 pm

bthylafh wrote:
It's certainly something with this copy of Chrome, but what I know not. Launching it in incognito mode fixes it, and it doesn't happen on the Chromebook[1] or with Firefox. Can't think of any extensions that should be causing this, and in any case they're synced across all my Chrome instances. Force-reload doesn't fix it either.

It's a mystery. :-?

[1] The Cr-48 and this copy of Chrome are both v26 beta.

Try clearing the browser cache.
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Re: Problem with article comments & the blue theme

Sun Mar 10, 2013 6:13 pm

I'm using Chrome and it looks fine here, even when switching to your view preference.
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Re: Problem with article comments & the blue theme

Sun Mar 10, 2013 6:32 pm

morphine wrote:
Try clearing the browser cache.


That should have been obvious :oops:, and it fixed my problem. Thanks.
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Re: Problem with article comments & the blue theme

Sun Mar 10, 2013 6:37 pm

bthylafh wrote:
morphine wrote:
Try clearing the browser cache.


That should have been obvious :oops:, and it fixed my problem. Thanks.

FWIW I think the problem originated when we originally fixed that bug and didn't change the name of the CSS file in question. So it's probably our fault. :)
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