XF 1.x Moderator Bar doesn't condense why?

Cyb3r

Customer
It's all over the logo:


I have tried every possible way to fix this but it gets really irritating, I mean the user panel I moved it everywhere but on every place there must be a bug.
 

Russ

Pixel Exit Staff
We've made a change in 1.5.3 to correct this, however I may need a login to debug it on the old version.

This is a guess you can try this:
Code:
@media (max-width:@maxResponsiveNarrowWidth) { .Response #moderatorBar { height: auto; } }
Again may need a login with the moderator bar to debug.
 

Cyb3r

Customer
Thank you @Russ I got it working finally with a lot of template changes, here's what I have done:
  1. Changed all mod bar links to font awesome icons instead of text if there's any.
  2. Reduced the left and right padding on the Narrow view.
One more question though, is there anyway you can add width toggle feature to XenBase?
Thanks again for trying to help and sorry for any disturbance.
 

Russ

Pixel Exit Staff
Thank you @Russ I got it working finally with a lot of template changes, here's what I have done:
  1. Changed all mod bar links to font awesome icons instead of text if there's any.
  2. Reduced the left and right padding on the Narrow view.
One more question though, is there anyway you can add width toggle feature to XenBase?
Thanks again for trying to help and sorry for any disturbance.
We have some code for the toggle width we've produced however we're still working on one last bug with it... good ole Chrome is doing some flickering with the width that I can't seem to manage to debug (haven't had too much time).
 

Cyb3r

Customer
We have some code for the toggle width we've produced however we're still working on one last bug with it... good ole Chrome is doing some flickering with the width that I can't seem to manage to debug (haven't had too much time).
Ah maybe because I haven't updated XenBase since 1.5.0 or maybe lower version idk lol

Last time I tired to overwrite XenBase it messed up my tweaks and I had to restore the database, but luckily I always take backups before making anything major so it's just couple of minutes earlier backup.

I don't know why it didn't work though, maybe because I have a custom colors in the color palette?
 

Russ

Pixel Exit Staff
Assuming you follow the style install instructions upgrading is typically easy.

Setup should be as followed:
  • XenBase (very first style you install
    • Core or whatever style you purchase from us (as a child of XenBase
      • Create a new style calling it whatever, like "My Style"

Then ALL of your edits go inside "My Style", when upgrading XenBase and the purchased style your edits should preserve through the upgrade.
 

Cyb3r

Customer
Assuming you follow the style install instructions upgrading is typically easy.

Setup should be as followed:
  • XenBase (very first style you install
    • Core or whatever style you purchase from us (as a child of XenBase
      • Create a new style calling it whatever, like "My Style"

Then ALL of your edits go inside "My Style", when upgrading XenBase and the purchased style your edits should preserve through the upgrade.
I have done that, but the only thing that I have changed in the parent XenBase is the colors palette which I added some colors to the XenBase style. The question is "Does the overwrite removes any changes that has been made on the style like color palette additions? If yes then how can get around this, should I upload new XenBase style and add the current one as a child?"
 

Russ

Pixel Exit Staff
You should never really touch XenBase or the purchase style though, only the Child style. That's what I refer too when I say:

"Then ALL of your edits go inside My Style"

What colors are you adding to XenBase? Anything inside XenBase is inside the child style the only difference is the edits you do in the child style stay.

If you edit the color palette in XenBase directly, and not your child style then yes upgrading would overwrite all changes made directly to the XenBase style.
 

Cyb3r

Customer
You should never really touch XenBase or the purchase style though, only the Child style. That's what I refer too when I say:

"Then ALL of your edits go inside My Style"

What colors are you adding to XenBase? Anything inside XenBase is inside the child style the only difference is the edits you do in the child style stay.

If you edit the color palette in XenBase directly, and not your child style then yes upgrading would overwrite all changes made directly to the XenBase style.
I actually added new properties in color palette in XenBase xD

Anyway I could get around this?
 

Russ

Pixel Exit Staff
Add them into your child style :), with dev mode enabled you can create style properties on any level of style I believe.
 

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