Floating navbar - invisible bar blocks mouse interaction

Discussion in 'Closed Reports' started by jflory7, Mar 6, 2015.

  1. jflory7

    jflory7 Well-Known Member

    Before submitting a bug report we usually recommend trying to replicate the problem on a default XenForo style(if applicable) to eliminate the possibility of it being a bug related to our styles.

    Website address(optional): http://crystalcraftmc.com
    User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Fedora; Linux x86_64; rv:36.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/36.0
    Bug Report Details: This might be a problem with XenBase, and if so, feel free to retag the report.

    On my forums, I have the admin bar and general navbar set as floating, but not the submenu bar set to float. When browsing pages on my website, the admin/general navbars do float, but when I scroll down and try clicking somewhere just beneath the general navbar, it ignores my mouse clicking. Upon further investigation, I found this area was about the same size as the submenu bar that appears at the top of the page.

    It appears that it is partially there in a sense even though I have it set to disabled.

    Screenshots below should help clarify what I'm explaining.

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    Ignore the screenshot the user posted in this thread — he was messing around with the code for the site via his browser.

    To clarify further, if I tried clicking on the upper portion of this user's profile picture, the site would not recognize my mouse as being there. I cannot click on his picture unless I scroll up a bit first.
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    Thank you!
     
  2. Russ

    Russ Designer

    This has already been fixed in 1.4.5. For now you can add this to your extra.css:

    Code:
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    .fixed #navigation .pageContent {
    height: 79px;
    }
    
    It's taking into account as if the sub-nav is floating as well. Starting in 1.4.5 if you have no floating sub-nav it'll calculate that height.
     
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