Stompa wrote:I get this: https://ibb.co/gcxkDG
where subsequent holdings are listed below, but each is of the same format. It looks like something designed for tablets and/or touch screens.
I get this - https://ibb.co/gcUCSb . Which seems OK.
genou wrote:I get this - https://ibb.co/gcUCSb . Which seems OK.
Stompa wrote:genou wrote:I get this - https://ibb.co/gcUCSb . Which seems OK.
Yes, that looks OK. I wonder why mine is different? I've tried 2 different PCs, 2 different versions of Windows, and 2 different browsers. Deleting cookies doesn't fix it either. It surely can't be down to only having a 1280 pixel screen width?
genou wrote:God's teeth. I changed my screen to 1280 *1024; I then see what you see. I can't choose between disbelieving that it got through testing, or that it is a deliberate choice. Presumably ST know the browser details / resolutions of their clients; maybe you're now an outlier.
johnhemming wrote:The first thing I would do is try reducing the character size on the browser (I also use Chrome) with something like Ctrl -
Stompa wrote:johnhemming wrote:The first thing I would do is try reducing the character size on the browser (I also use Chrome) with something like Ctrl -
Actually I was wrong, that does work. But the crucial thing is that you have to adjust the zoom level before displaying the problematic page.
johnhemming wrote:CSS can be quite clever, but it tends to do everything really complex when loading the page rather than as a result of changes when a page has been loaded. Personally my preference is to not try to do too many clever things with CSS because that can go wrong with different configurations (and when you include mobiles and tablets it gets even more complex).
feder1 wrote:The new site asks for an 8 digit number whilst I have just a 6 digit number.
Calling it up a few times seems to help get a 6 digit entry page.
gbjbaanb wrote:Still seems a bit daft if they default to one or the other depending on screen resolution, is say that must be a tablet view thing, except that tablets have a higher resolution than most desktops!