Poor Yoshi wants to dance
Yoshi looks so cute!! Looks kinda bored while he's dancing though ^^;
He could probably use something to eat, gotta do that a lot with an endless pit of a stomach.
a few Shy Guys, about a dozen watermelons, and twenty Goombas.
Anything left in Lost and Found as of October 1st gets fed to him.
Pennsylvania Furry? Be sure to check out http://www.pa-furry.org/
Speaking of Lost And Found in a very brief off-topic manner.. Has a very tiny key been found? I remember going in with two, but only coming back with one. Either that or a tiny brass lock.. Maybe both.. I just can't remember clearly. May have dissipeared in the internet room area.
can I have the "thing" Kage was playing with on stage at the charity improv show... the thing that kinda has a "snap" to it... heh.
yum, more exploded chocolates
Yeah, that's really weird. I'm not sure why the graphic is not animated on your user page. I'll add that to my list of things to look into.
the continued indentment of this layout is going to be a problem
weird images reset and moved for like no good reason...and thsi thread is nto behaving like the other ones
pokes it for fun
testign a therou
yes i am
hey thsi si important
I'm not talking to myself honest.
I wodner what Giza is doign at work right thsi very second
i wodner ifi have enough lines yet
shoudl be good
Eep nop da bork?
ahh ha, so the next posted picture will be indented if the prior post si too short to cover the pics height and therefor the pic overlaps the comments "box" up to a minimum width and then forces a wrap out to right margin anyway, but if the psot is long enough the images are always right justified regardless of the place in the comment tree and the amount of the left indent.
As most posts shoudl be long enough not a huge deal...but kinda odd behavior
actually whats happening si when the width fo the thread shrinks the text wraps sooner makign the comment taller and thats why the images pop back to their right position.
it's actually very cool how the layout adjusts itself like that
I just took a look in MSIE and wow, that looks really weird.
The page comes up fine under FireFox, so I will investigate.
well so far it's worse, but i'll asume you're working on it
the images (some) nwo go off screen right edge and regardless fo brwoser size has a horisontal scroll bar. in ie6
Here's the technical details, for anyone who cares:
All icons have the CSS attrib "float: right;" so that they go straight to the right side of their parent element and don't affect the element. What happened was that some of the comments were so short that the icon "overran" the boundries of the parent element.
That in itself was not a problem, but when the next comment and its icon were printed, the new icon saw that the previous one was "in the way", and bumped itself inward to the left. This caused that "intendtation" that was reported.
Now, FireFox supports a cool CSS tag called "min-height" which fixed the problem. BUT, Internet Explorer does not, so I had to come up with another solution to make each comment be a certain minimum height. I ended up putting a little extra padding around the links at the bottom of each comment where it says "reply". Now each comment is guaranteed to be a certain height and that should fix this problem for good.
so far so good. nwo the forum is retaining it's properties seperate yes? (with images over 100x100, and not the multi child thread attribs of the groups? or will the forum convert to this style later?
No, the comments on the new forums will look EXACTLY like the comments on this page.
That's one of the things I like about Drupal, everything is unified.
Yeah, I've been playing with some of the CSS attributes to see what they do in Internet Exploder.
yeah shoulda mentioned that part sorry
so it apears as only this default layput supports user pcis fo any kind yes? they disapear on the others
Yep, no joy in animated gif land.
Red Fox, sporting a handlebar mustache made from his whiskers... all anyone needs to know.
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