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Has post display width been changed?

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Has post display width been changed?

@jaread83

See https://community.plus.net/t5/Plusnet-Feedback/No-service-from-July-16th/m-p/1461282#M77844

I have just noticed that the right hand edge of my macro code content is being trimmed.

In the post create / edit box all looks fine - as it always has done, but the preview window (and topic view) shows the right hand edge of the box trimmed.

Has the skin wrinkled?

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Re: Has post display width been changed?

Nope, nothing has changed. The shadow will not go outside the container width that's all.

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Re: Has post display width been changed?

Jack,

 

In normal view, the only width control is in the messageBodySimpleDisplay_4 <div> where .lia-quilt-coloum-24 creates a width value (of 775.5 px on my screen).  My macro content just goes-with-the-flow.

Is there any possibility that in the process of squeezing out white-space, padding in any of the parent containers was removed?

Clearly I can fix this for new uses of the macro by adding a right hand margin ... if I have to! Wink

 

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Re: Has post display width been changed?

The box-shadow CSS property does not comply with conventional CSS box-model and is displayed outside of the element. If the parent container meets the edge of your macro container that has a shadow applied to it, its going to be cut off as both edges are touching and the parent container will not display anything outside of it. The only thing I can suggest is either:

  1. Adjust the box-shadow to only appear at the bottom edge of the element
  2. Remove the box-shadow CSS
  3. Change the width of your macro to a slightly smaller size.
  4. Apply 13px margin to the right side of the element to accomodate the shadow width (this is what I would do).

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