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Long words break theme on mobile

Post by Redirect Left » 24 Aug 2016 23:00

Hello.
Browsing tonight on my phone (Cubot Dinosaur), reading a thread and immediately noticed the thread displaying oddly. Scrolled down and found out why.

Using Android 6, Chrome - no updates code it in the play market, so I assume it's latest version.
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Re: Long words break theme on mobile

Post by orudge » 25 Aug 2016 12:14

The TT theme is unfortunately not mobile-friendly. It's based on subSilver2, which will no longer be supported in phpBB 3.2, so ideally the entire theme needs recreating based upon the responsive proSilver theme. (Any volunteers to help with that? :) )

There may well be fairly straightforward CSS fix for this, but I'm not sure what it would be off the top of my head. Any suggested fixes welcome.

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Re: Long words break theme on mobile

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Re: Long words break theme on mobile

Post by kamnet » 26 Aug 2016 00:35

orudge wrote:The TT theme is unfortunately not mobile-friendly. It's based on subSilver2, which will no longer be supported in phpBB 3.2, so ideally the entire theme needs recreating based upon the responsive proSilver theme. (Any volunteers to help with that? :) )

There may well be fairly straightforward CSS fix for this, but I'm not sure what it would be off the top of my head. Any suggested fixes welcome.
If you don't mind setting up a temp phpBB board to play with, I could start taking a crack at it.

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Re: Long words break theme on mobile

Post by orudge » 26 Aug 2016 06:17

I'll see if I can get something set up. :)

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