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New forums on SilverStripe.org


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OscarGodson

23 January 2009 at 2:24pm (Last edited: 23 January 2009 2:26pm), Community Member, 9 Posts

Just noticed something strange, when you hover "Log Out" and then move your mouse Showcase lights up and goes away? Using FF3 and I noticed that SS does this also in the Admin WYSIWYG editor when you hover a WYSIWYG button it lights up a nav link. Why does that happen? Strange...

[edit] Also if you hover any of the Software, Extensions, or Help nav buttons and move your mouse it sets the log as a hover state quickly then blurs it.

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Double-A-Ron

23 January 2009 at 2:55pm Community Member, 604 Posts

I don't get any of those issues on FF3 and XP SP3

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michaek

24 January 2009 at 3:24am Community Member, 7 Posts

The new design is great. But why are the old forums read-only? It seems like a lot of relevant conversations have stopped dead as a result, and answers to questions posted just a couple of months ago will never appear, making simple issues look like neglected and unsolved mysteries.

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Double-A-Ron

19 February 2009 at 12:11am Community Member, 604 Posts

I just tried adding the forum RSS feed to my iGoogle homepage (Standard RSS reader)

It displays and updates fine, but you have relative paths in your links, so it is impossible to actually click on a topic link and have it take you to the SS forums.

E.G. This thread url is http://silverstripe.org/releases-and-announcements/show/1. However in the reader, links are actually /releases-and-announcements/show/1.

So in this instance, when I click on a forum post link, I get taken to http://www.google.co.nz/releases-and-announcements/show/1.

Surely not right. I have 6 other RSS feeds that don't exhibit the same problem.

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Aaron