visual bug with Safari
roundcube at gmail.com
Tue Nov 22 16:07:17 CET 2005
Thanks for all the posts and patches to solve this issue.
Nevertheless I'm not going to add these patches to the RoundCube core
because the philosophy of this application is just to deliver simple
XHTML and have all the styling done within the skin.
particular issue but break the main idea of RoundCube. Also, RC is built
for standards compliant browsers of the future and I'm sure Safari will
handle this CSS code until we have a stable version ready.
I hope you guys understand my point of view...
Stephen Prater wrote:
> You are correct sir.
> starting on line 2190 change to this:
> for (var c in cols)
> col = document.createElement('TD');
> col.className = String(c).toLowerCase();
> div = document.createElement('DIV');
> div.className = String(c).toLowerCase();
> div.innerHTML = cols[c];
> One problem - it works perfectly in everything but the "sent" folder. In this particular folder - the "sent to" column doesn't pick up the new style. The Safari DOM viewer shows the correct source, and it shows the DIV as being properly classed - but the style's not getting picked up on the "to" column.
> On Thu, 17 Nov 2005 09:10:08 +1100, justin randell <justin at babel.com.au> wrote:
>> this behaviour (your fix goes away when you move to another folder) is
>> because roundcube renders message lists two ways, and your fix only
>> corrects one of them.
>> when you first view the mailbox, the html is generated server side, and
>> your change is picked up. when you subsequently click on another folder,
>> a request is sent back to the server, where the data is put in some
>> the new mailbox list.
>> if you want to see it in action, put an alert line after line 2419 of
>> the code that adds the new list to the DOM is in the add_message_row
>> method, line 2166 of app.js. you'll need to add your style patch there
>> as well to make this work for switching folders as well.
>> Stephen Prater wrote:
>>> Yep. Cleared the cache, restarted the browser. Actually, it only occurs
>> when you navigate to a different folder or mailbox.
>>> Once you reload the "mail" task, it goes back to normal. I tried putting
>> style="overflow:hidden" into each of the DIV's but that didn't fix it
>> either. It's fine when you first load "mail" but when you replace the
>> list the overflow returns.
>>> On Wed, 16 Nov 2005 16:26:22 +0000, Craig Webster <craig at xeriom.net>
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