+1 on this. Makes the demo field in the Skins category of the Marketplace totally useless. Not only that, but it's now the customers of all us designers have to change the skin when they visit our demo board rather than being taken directly to it.
I have the most current version of Nexus and it looks like it still has CSS that was used in previous version before there were certain features all throughout IP Board.
I was editing the CSS file for Nexus and these are the ones that I think are old and no longer in use. I've done a search for them using the Search and Replace feature in the ACP and they came up with nothing, so if they are no longer in use, why are they still there?
I'm having tons of issues with the current version of gallery with 3.3. The images aren't being resized to fit into the available width for the containing div, the note box does not appear on the image, instead it appears in the sideblock hidden underneath some of its content, the rotate buttons when viewing the images do not work. Just started looking at gallery today but that's what I've found so far. Happening on a premade skin as well as the default.
When I click the "Add note" button, not only does the note form appear in the sidebar, but it makes the photostrip for that album disappear.
I'm finding more and more errors regarding the visual display of the images not being resized.
Why was the Forums and Members links moved from a link in the primary_nav to be one of the links that is generated by the foreach statement? Now it's a pain if a customer wants the Forums and Members links to be displayed and then the rest of the application links be displayed in a drop menu.
Yeah it's possible, but now I have to either use a CSS selector to hide those links from a dropdown or have the customer disable the links via the setting in the ACP.
How come there are four stylesheets for the new gallery yet there are some elements in the templates that have classes from multiple stylesheets?
For example, on the main gallery page there is that box with the recently updated albums. That box has classes that are split into two different CSS files. I know that you can just edit one of the classes to achieve whatever effect desired, but why have all the different classes for it set the templates then?
It would be better if the classes in the stylesheets and the classes in the templates for each individual element were separated to be in the same stylesheet rather than having to edit classes in two sheets for the same element in the templates.
The two for the lightbox and the bbcode are fine, but I have run into a few things that are split between the other two CSS files.