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My control panel is somewhat scrambled (pic) in IE7, Firefox and Opera.
Everything else seems OK.

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Not quite the same.
My subscription list looks OK.


Hmm.. I did glaze over the titles in this forum. None of them seemed related to the problem I'm experiencing.

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I can't help unless I see the entire page to see what might be pushing the content. Can you take screenshots of the entire page top to bottom?

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There ya go. Had to put it in the archive 'coz of 1280*1024 limit.
I think that the "LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL" is just too long. Looks like long words should be clipped, but aren't.

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It is a design/layout bug. Cause might be the same or similar, but in your case it is in subscription list, and mine is in control panel. My subscription list is OK.

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It was my entire cp that screwed up too.. try clicking on the arrow boxes to hide everything.. see if that works.

[edit] You've got to get your cursor over the southwest corner of the little square.. in just the right spot to click it.

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Yea, I didn't think they did either.. but you've got to get really close to the bottom left most corner.. Theres a small area that can be clicked.. just try it :)

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Weired thing happens with those arrows... when I doubleclick them my right column becomes selected (here's the pic).
BTW, same is with the bottom-left corner.

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This isn't necessarily a bug ... it's more or less intentional ... or rather, IMO the lesser of two evils when the choice is between this and just throwing in extra spaces in between a very long word every X characters (which can cause a problem with file paths, URLs, and other such things in thread titles).

Because the right sidebar layer is on top of the middle content layer, double-clicking on the arrows is actually like double-clicking on the right sidebar. And you know what happens when you double click on a paragraph of text: it all gets selected.

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I guess the only real solution would be to somehow make the page width flexible to the page's contents, but that would mean make-over of the whole site...

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It looks to me like what happens when a set of frames is too wide for the screen size. It should be written so a scroll bar appears if the page won't fit, instead of just smashing things together.

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