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bug in iblog3 post formatting

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dugbug    0
dugbug

I have a problem with this theme (I assume its the theme) and the upper post navigation buttons (the left/right arrows for previous/next blog post). Look at this page here: http://www.techulous.com/news/interview-with-developer-of-spectrum-light-battle.html See how the post is sqished to fit aligned under the previous post text? When the next post text is very long, the post becomes a skinny column. Driving me nuts! Any ideas? Can I turn off the next/prev navigation at the top? thanks -d

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Andrew    201
Andrew

Looks good on Mac Firefox. Can you send a screenshot of what you're seeing and on what OS/browser combo?

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Andrew    201
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Looks good on Mac Firefox. Can you send a screenshot of what you're seeing and on what OS/browser combo?

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dugbug    0
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well it fixed itself lol... We get a lot of mobile users. I wonder if super cache got a little confused. Btw you had asked me last week to remind you about beta testing some forum code? Is that still possible?

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Andrew    201
Andrew

Yes, but not yet. Still updating the framework on the themes

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Well the odd bug is back again and its not connected to cache: http://www.techulous.com/news/dantes-inferno-demo-next-month.html You can see it ie7 (its correct in firefox... don't have safari handy). The article takes half the page width wise. It typically happens when we have the next article with a long title, causing the "next article title" navigation helper at the top to run long. In our case, "Wishing you a Trigger Happy Christmas on your iPhone and iPod: Screenshots"

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Yes even the original link in the article still fails on ie7. I have not checked ie8 but it has to do with the "post-nav" feature at the top that has the "previous" and "next" article links. If the "next" guy has a very long title and wraps, the main article body for some reason is only as wide as the "previous" guy (half the page). This is very repeatable in ie7. Both links above demonstrate it.

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