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dd.lastpost phpBB-3.2.0 responsive is broken 600x800?

Post by Talk19Zehn » Thu Jan 26, 2017 5:33 pm

dd.lastpost phpBB-3.2.0 responsive is broken - Resolution 600x800?

Hello, now I finally had time to look at the new version of phpBB accurate and stumble over the fact that dd.lastpost accesses only from a resolution of 800x600. All I try to set up the output from 320x480 and also < 600x800 does not work. And if they do, moved ist's (partly superimposed). :(

Probably the solution is quite simple and I have only understood the sense of the brand new coding.

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BTW: OR ..

.. is this almost a small BUG that should not have been? :?
Who has the responsibility for this development and can help?

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Re: dd.lastpost phpBB-3.2.0 responsive is broken < 800x600?

Post by Brf » Thu Jan 26, 2017 5:45 pm

Moved to style support.
I am not sure what you are asking, but the responsive prosilver does not depend on the window height, only its width. Under 800 width, viewforum and forumlist have only one column.

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Re: dd.lastpost phpBB-3.2.0 responsive is broken < 800x600?

Post by Talk19Zehn » Thu Jan 26, 2017 5:49 pm

Hey Brf, I think in the phpBB version 3.1.x was different and also solvable for the small resolutions.
The changes have been implemented with 3.2.0.

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Re: dd.lastpost phpBB-3.2.0 responsive is broken < 800x600?

Post by Brf » Thu Jan 26, 2017 5:57 pm

The 3.1 prosilver had 2-column width before dropping down to 1-column.
Window-height was never a factor though.

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Re: dd.lastpost phpBB-3.2.0 responsive is broken 600x800?

Post by Talk19Zehn » Thu Jan 26, 2017 6:07 pm

This is not a style problem. It is a fundamental problem in my view, since the responsive CSS was changed with 3.2.0.

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Sorry, my mistake: I mean 600x800 :oops:
dd.lastpost phpBB-3.2.0 responsive is broken (600x800) and smaller .... (prosilver)?

From 600x800 it was displayed in 3.1.x ....
Adjustments in 3.1.x were also quite simple and factually correct to make smaller resolutions < 550.

Please take perhaps a look into the responsive css folders. Thanks :)
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Re: dd.lastpost phpBB-3.2.0 responsive is broken 600x800?

Post by Brf » Thu Jan 26, 2017 6:27 pm

The CSS is part of the style, and it is only keyed on width. The window length is irrelevant.
It is not broken. It is just different than it was in 3.1

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Re: dd.lastpost phpBB-3.2.0 responsive is broken 600x800?

Post by Talk19Zehn » Thu Jan 26, 2017 6:58 pm

Yes, that´s right:
Brf wrote:
Thu Jan 26, 2017 6:27 pm
The window length is irrelevant.

Okay, perhaps two images for my results: Then I do not know any more.
phpBB 3.1.10
lastpost3110prosilver260117.png
phpBB 3.2.0
lastpost320prosilver260117.png
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Re: dd.lastpost phpBB-3.2.0 responsive is broken 600x800?

Post by Brf » Thu Jan 26, 2017 7:03 pm

You are talking about 800-width. The 600 height is irrelevant.
Yes. 3.1 had a 2-column version before dropping down to 1-column, while 3.2 does not.

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Re: dd.lastpost phpBB-3.2.0 responsive is broken 600x800?

Post by Brf » Thu Jan 26, 2017 7:21 pm

Actually, it is 700px. You can see it here in the view-source:

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<link href="./styles/prosilver/theme/responsive.css?2014081401" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" media="only screen and (max-width: 700px), only screen and (max-device-width: 700px)" />

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Re: dd.lastpost phpBB-3.2.0 responsive is broken 600x800?

Post by Talk19Zehn » Thu Jan 26, 2017 7:44 pm

;) Yes, I noticed that. There are changes in 3.2.0, which I had to recognize in the responsive CSS 701->to ...
ans other css.

Exactly and for that reason I asked, because where is the advantage 3.2.0 between those changes from 3.1.10?
I do not recognize any. :?
Okay, thank you once again. So it is apparently not important for phpBB - 3.2.0. :cry:



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My own small first aid and also a teamwork as an extension you can find here:
Show Lastpostlink in Forumlist phpBB-3.2.0
http://www.ongray-design.de/forum/viewt ... 155&t=1278

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Re: dd.lastpost phpBB-3.2.0 responsive is broken 600x800?

Post by Hanakin » Sun Feb 05, 2017 4:52 pm

the changes and advantages for what exactly are you asking?

All the changes in anything to do with responsive.css is was very hacky we merged everything the best we could into a single file and then did the best we could to simplify the file to responsive norms and best practices. We did this to eventually refactor and overall the theme for true responsiveness whihc means starting over but correctly, but did not make it that far before release. This got pushed to 3.3.

Prosilver is not a responsive theme!

The term responsive means that the entire theme was conceived to work on multiple devices which as we know is not the case with prosilver as it was not originally designed for multiple devices. It is a fluid theme with adaptive features.

Therefore using our wayback time machine we can see that they hacked together some shitty code to make it adaptive as its very difficult to make something responsive after the fact especially when you do not know what your doing which given the timeline makes sense that they did not as it was during the time when this was all new and the industry was still attempting to establishing best practices.


With this all said if you notice anything wrong or in error or just have an idea of how to handle it better pls submit it as a bug on the tracker under styles https://tracker.phpbb.com/issues/?filter=12393 and I will address it ;)

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Re: dd.lastpost phpBB-3.2.0 responsive is broken 600x800?

Post by Ibedejo » Sun Feb 05, 2017 10:23 pm

Hanakin wrote:
Sun Feb 05, 2017 4:52 pm
Prosilver is not a responsive theme!
Features of phpBB" wrote: phpBB's default style, prosilver, is a responsive design that provides a modern and unified experience across all your devices, including desktops, tablets and smart-phones.
see => https://www.phpbb.com/about/features/

Following the corresponding topics at Area51 over all the years it is hard to avoid the impression that this being "pushed to 3.3" may well be a rather ambitious forecast.

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Re: dd.lastpost phpBB-3.2.0 responsive is broken 600x800?

Post by Hanakin » Wed Feb 08, 2017 4:40 pm

Not really it's not difficult to refactor. The real challenge is acceptability by the community here for the changes. It would require a lot of changes for theme developers to make which is the biggest challenge to overcome. With that said if it's done correctly it's should make things easier for them to adapt.

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