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Published 19/03/2015 @ 18:21:59, By rjluna2
I am testing the Google Chrome 64-bit version for Windows 7. Here is the result of using the smiley face position and italic scripting:
File: chrome64_offsetcrop.jpg ( 70.6 KB - 1235 )

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Published 20/03/2015 @ 10:17:02, By antp
Weird... I don't know if it is due to the 64-bit version, but I don't have noticed that problem here
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Published 20/03/2015 @ 16:51:17, By ElSaxo
I hope that's the right place to ask for this:
Antp, are you planning also a mobile version of IMDB? I really hope of yes, because from a smartphone it's euphemistically "very painful" to use and almost unusable for me. The links on the desktop version are too small and the space taken by the ads on top right is too large (and anyway completely empty for me, without using any ad blocker) so the links for latest added movies are piled up on the left. On the vehicles pages, furthermore flags images are too much small and even enlarging the page doesn't help so much, plus also the icons for modify/quote/delete posts are too small. Generally text size is smaller than usual, compared to other websites which are accessible only through the desktop version.

For the flags, I suppose that could be easily done by replacing Jpeg images with vectorial images, maybe taken from Wikipedia which are regularly updated (Famfamfam icons are seriously nice but the project must have been discontinued/abandoned long ago if I'm not wrong) and free to use.
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Published 20/03/2015 @ 17:11:22, By antp
Yes we will make a mobile version, when we'll have finished the v3.
I guess that the images will not have to be especially bigger if the page itself has a mobile version. Probably the current ones are scalled down at the same time as the whole page, which is "too big" for a mobile screen.

The current site looks rather good on IEmobile, I'm surprised that on other browsers it does not work as well since usually they are supposed to be "better than IE" ... (and the code of the site is not at all optimized for IE: it is rather basic)

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Published 20/03/2015 @ 20:47:55, By DidierF
Since ElSaxo was talking about flags, it reminded me that the French flag has a much too pale blue in it.

… Well, this was my demand for new features.
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Published 28/03/2015 @ 18:11:18, By ElSaxo
Yes we will make a mobile version, when we'll have finished the v3.
I guess that the images will not have to be especially bigger if the page itself has a mobile version. Probably the current ones are scalled down at the same time as the whole page, which is "too big" for a mobile screen.

The current site looks rather good on IEmobile, I'm surprised that on other browsers it does not work as well since usually they are supposed to be "better than IE" ... (and the code of the site is not at all optimized for IE: it is rather basic)


Actually vehicles images are just fine, even when are small, the problem is all the rest, probably because it's Chrome that mess up things a little bit (I haven't any other browser installed, so I don't know if with Firefox or Opera the result is better or worse).
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Published 30/03/2015 @ 18:55:59, By rjluna2
I am testing the Google Chrome 32-bit version for Windows 7. Here is the result of the smiley face position and italic scripting:
File: googlechrome32.jpg ( 20.3 KB - 872 )

Latest Edition: 30/03/2015 @ 18:56:28
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Published 31/03/2015 @ 01:01:59, By eLMeR
@ rjluna2: looks like you kept some bad style files despite the change. Did you import browser history/cache/bookmarks of the previous version, while installing this one? If so (and Chrome might have done it without warning), try to delete it.
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Published 31/03/2015 @ 02:43:38, By eLMeR
Could it be possible to have a direct link to the concerned comment when searching for one?
For now, it gives only the link to the top of the page, which can be somewhat... discouraging when there are lots of pictures and comments.

The possibility of a search on several non consecutive words would be nice too :wink:
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Published 31/03/2015 @ 13:30:38, By rjluna2
@ rjluna2: looks like you kept some bad style files despite the change. Did you import browser history/cache/bookmarks of the previous version, while installing this one? If so (and Chrome might have done it without warning), try to delete it.


It was a fresh installed when I tried it, no previous installation were being made. I did not import anything from the browser history/cache/bookmark to this program.
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Published 31/03/2015 @ 13:47:17, By antp
Could it be possible to have a direct link to the concerned comment when searching for one?
For now, it gives only the link to the top of the page, which can be somewhat... discouraging when there are lots of pictures and comments.

The possibility of a search on several non consecutive words would be nice too :wink:

Once on the page, in case there are a lot of comments, a Ctrl+F allows to quickly find it again :tongue:
But I'll try to take that in account when designing the comment search on the v3 of the site :wink: (one of the few features left to do).

For the search of multiple words, as it is just a SQL "LIKE", you can put a "%" between two words to search with anything between these words.
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Published 31/03/2015 @ 18:48:52, By eLMeR
Once on the page, in case there are a lot of comments, a Ctrl+F allows to quickly find it again :tongue:

Ctrl+F, Ctrl+/ or F3. I'm used to it :wink:

For the search of multiple words, as it is just a SQL "LIKE", you can put a "%" between two words to search with anything between these words.

I hope there is at least a htmlentities or a htmlspecialchars somewhere to avoid a full SQL injection :grin:

Latest Edition: 31/03/2015 @ 18:49:40
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Published 31/03/2015 @ 19:59:42, By antp
Rather a addslashes to avoid the injection (or the use of PDO, what we are doing with the v3).
The htmlspecialchars is to avoid xss or things like that, no?

And yes there are such protections, but do not hesitate to report in private the unprotected cases that you could find, if there are any left :whistle:

Latest Edition: 31/03/2015 @ 20:00:26
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