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Michail December 10, 2005 11:52

Dear Jonas, it seems to me We have a small problem
Dear Jonas

When I'm working with this in my preferences (mono-book classic)

"Home > Wiki > Approximation Schemes for convective term - structured grids - Summary of Discretizations Schemes and examples"

This text is over the next

"Michail talk Preferences watch listcontributions Log out "

May be it's possible to move it a little below???

For me it doesn't create any problem, but it's not beautiful....


Jonas Larsson December 10, 2005 12:04

Re: Dear Jonas, it seems to me We have a small pro
Yea, I see the problem, if you are using the default CFDOnline skin and have a very long page-title and a fairly small browser width the breadcrumb (the Home > Wiki > ...) extends over the user-menu in the top right corner.

I don't want to add extra vertical space just because of this... vertical space is really valuable screen real-estate. Perhaps a better solution would be to trim the breadcrumb and end them with "..." for really long titles. I'll look into it and see if it can be done easily and post a followup later.

Jonas Larsson December 10, 2005 13:07

Re: Dear Jonas, it seems to me We have a small pro
Okay, I think that I have solved the problem. Titles which are more than 65 characters long are now trimmed to 65 characters length (with a trailing ...) in the breadcrumb. That should avoid the breadcrumb to extend over the top-right user menu. I'm not sure if the number 65 is the best choice though, it all depends what browser width people are using. Michail - could I increase the length slightly or should I decrease it to solve the problem for you?

Michail December 10, 2005 18:43

Re: Dear Jonas - Thank You, all is in order
Dear Jonas

Thank You very much. When I hide "favorites" from my browser, all is "ok". So I believe it's sufficient.

Thank You again for Your Personal Time and consideration.


P.S. I had some help from some good people, and I hope that soon I'll be able to work for at least 80% of my power (I'm still recovering after my illness).

Gratefully Yours


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