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    EWA CSS Guide - Feedback & Bugs

    Post any feedback or bugs in this thread concerning the new CSS based EWA pages.

    Date:
    2007-12-20 Build Number: 70
    • UncleJohnsBand: CSS Changes:
      • Completed last CSS based screen. There is now a complete CSS based EWA.
      • To access CSS based screens just go to Admin2.aspx instead of Admin.aspx and select the Theme you would like to use. Current themes include Prototype, Default and Blue.
    • UncleJohnsBand: CSS General Notes:
      • CSS Note: CSS screens are coded in strict standards mode. This will make future updates easier and provides the best cross-browser (Firefox / IE) compatability. However, this also means that the CSS sceens will only be fully supported by IE 7 and FireFox. Some screens will not work correctly in IE6. Sorry.
      • CSS Note: CSS screens are optimized for screens with 1024x768 resolution or higher. Lower resolution will just cause more scrolling on some screens.
      • CSS Note: Please post feedback/bugs in the EWA CSS Guide sticky thread located in the EWA support forum.
    Last edited by UncleJohnsBand; 2007-12-21 at 01:48 AM.

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    Separators on the TV guide page?

    I'm having trouble with the new CSS-based layouts by where there are no gridlines separating the entries in the TV guide. I've attached a screenshot of what I'm getting so far. The white theme is a bit better, but not 100% as there are often lines missing, but at least the horizontal ones are showing up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daneo View Post
    I'm having trouble with the new CSS-based layouts by where there are no gridlines separating the entries in the TV guide. I've attached a screenshot of what I'm getting so far. The white theme is a bit better, but not 100% as there are often lines missing, but at least the horizontal ones are showing up.

    Thanks,
    Dane
    Did you hit the refresh button on the browser when viewing the page....looks ike it is not pulling in the css files.

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    Yes I have, tried on two machines.

    I'll send you the URL so you can check it yourself.

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    Hi UJB,

    FYI, I've validated the screen layout (no separators between programs) on Firefox as well, it looks just the same.

    Could I have made a mistake when I installed v71?

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    Quote Originally Posted by daneo View Post
    Hi UJB,

    FYI, I've validated the screen layout (no separators between programs) on Firefox as well, it looks just the same.

    Could I have made a mistake when I installed v71?

    Thanks,
    Dane
    I am seeing the same thing on my end.....I think it has to do with the start times of some of the shows being off from a 1/2 hour mark. I tried setting the guide to 180 minutes and adjusted the timeslice to be 2 minutes and then 5....still no difference.

    Was this working with build 70? I don't think I changed anything in the css files that would have made this start to occur all of a sudden. Let me know.

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    As far as I recall, it was also not working in v70.

    Regards,
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    Quote Originally Posted by daneo View Post
    As far as I recall, it was also not working in v70.

    Regards,
    Dane
    I'm using .70. I see the same, = there are alot of grid lines missing.
    However after a little investigation: I think in the prototype-theme it looks ok. All the grid lines are there.
    In the blue theme there are no grid lines at all.
    In the default theme there are some grid lines, a lot are missing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daneo View Post
    As far as I recall, it was also not working in v70.

    Regards,
    Dane
    Quote Originally Posted by HtV View Post
    I'm using .70. I see the same, = there are alot of grid lines missing.
    However after a little investigation: I think in the prototype-theme it looks ok. All the grid lines are there.
    In the blue theme there are no grid lines at all.
    In the default theme there are some grid lines, a lot are missing.

    Cya Hans
    Ok...try the attached....just stop your recording service and load what is in the zip.....it is the css changes only.....I figured out what I was missing on the newer (Blue & Default) themes for the separator lines.....let me know how you make out.

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    I'm not at home atm, maybe tomorrow.

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