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jschnur

Posted: Nov 05, 2011
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Ever since the interface was revamped, I believe, when I go into "organize folders," the folder names are missing. I have to click in the place where the each of the folder names should be to actually see them. This happens on my Win Vista PC, but not on my Win 7 PC.
jpol

Posted: Nov 06, 2011
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Same issue here.
Under Iceweasel 7.0.1 (Iceweasel is Debian's Firefox)

EDIT: and the same for 'organize contexts'

EDIT 2: I've just tested under Firefox 7.0.1 on Windows XP - works fine, both for folders and contexts.


This message was edited Nov 07, 2011.
Jake

Toodledo Admin
Posted: Nov 07, 2011
Score: 0



Can you please create a support ticket for this so that we can look into your account and see what the problem is?

Thanks
jpol

Posted: Nov 08, 2011
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As requested - ticket created.
alter_monde

Posted: Nov 09, 2011
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Same problem with Firefox 7.0.1 on Ubuntu 11.04
Dorr Depew

Posted: Nov 12, 2011
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I'm having the same problem. Using Firefox 8.0 on Mac 10.6.8. Also happened with previous version of Firefox. OK w/Safari, as well as on my PC. I submitted a support ticket on 11/11.

This message was edited Nov 12, 2011.
Jake

Toodledo Admin
Posted: Nov 12, 2011
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I am not seeing this in Firefox 8 on a Mac. What plugins do you have installed?
jpol

Posted: Nov 14, 2011
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Tested on a basically stock Firefox (with Ubuntu's default addons - I've created a test virtual machine) - problem exists.

EDIT. Oops! Forum seems not to like HTML tags or entities... I'll post again.


This message was edited Nov 14, 2011.
jpol

Posted: Nov 14, 2011
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Then I've tested what I mentioned in support ticket - "input" element seems too big for it's container.

I've edited CSS (using Firefox's Web Developer extension):

"#contextlist .inline,#folderlist .inline{padding:0px;}"
became
"#contextlist .inline,#folderlist .inline{padding:0px;font-size:11px}"
and problem disappeared

Actually, for font-size less than 12px problem disappears, for 12px and larger - problem exists.
Jake

Toodledo Admin
Posted: Nov 14, 2011
Score: 0



jpol,

Since you are able to reproduce the problem and also know how to edit CSS, can you please try this css solution and let us know if it works.

Add this CSS rule:
#contextlist .det275,#folderlist .det235 { height:22px;}

Based on your solution, I think that this might work without decreasing the font size since it grows the container instead. If this works, we will roll it out.

Thanks
jpol

Posted: Nov 14, 2011
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This change doesn't help, however I managed to find something.

"Input" element's width attribute seems to be causing all the trouble (or at least changing its width allows to circumvent the problem).

Details described in ticket. (still #27213)
Dorr Depew

Posted: Nov 14, 2011
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Posted by Toodledo:
I am not seeing this in Firefox 8 on a Mac. What plugins do you have installed?


I have just updated all of my plug-ins and still have the problem. Here's the plug-in list:
Flip4Mac
garmin communicator 2.7.3 and 3.01.0
Iphoto photocast
Java plug-in for NPAPI browsers 1.3.1.0
Photocenter 1.1.2.2
Quicktime 7.6.6
Real Player 0.0.1d1
Sharepoint borser 14.1.3
Shockwave Flash 11.1.102.05
Shutterfly upload 3.0.1

Hope this helps.Thanks.
jpol

Posted: Nov 15, 2011
Score: 1



I've tested a bit more and created an userstyle (for example for "Stylish" Firefox extension) that eliminates the problems for me.

My problems were: invisible folder/context names, invisible some borders around folder/context names.

This userstyle solves it (At least for me. For other users, on other systems/browsers it may be insufficient or even incorrect.):

@-moz-document domain('toodledo.com') {
#contextlist .inline,#folderlist .inline {
width: 99%;
}
#contextlist .det275,#folderlist .det235 {
height: auto !important;
}
}
dennis.k.peters

Posted: Nov 17, 2011
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Thanks a bunch! That style fixed the same problem for me. (Firefox 7.0.1 on Ubuntu 11.10).
Jake

Toodledo Admin
Posted: Nov 17, 2011
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We have just released an update that should also fix the problem without the stylish userstyle.
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