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Site theme issues Robi Board owner 12/01/2019 (Sun) 15:11:59 ID: b0a91a No. 1639
I finally got off my ass the make the site look presentable. Post any issues you find here.
Tomorrow theme is planned and is going to be coming in a couple of days, just close your eyes until then.
Edited last time by robi on 12/01/2019 (Sun) 15:13:41.
>>1632
>1. Quoted posts change colour when clicked like standard links in html do.
?
>2. Quick reply box is missing all fields but name.
Check out the More tab.
>3. Catalog is ugly.
Should look better now.
>4. Something seems a bit off about the font
It uses your native system font now instead of just Arial or sans-serif.
>Not necessarily a problem but could you make the boards page actually grow wider as the window gets wider instead of capping at a fixed size? That way we might actually be able to see a board's full description for once.
Could work on that for sure.
>>1633
>Oh and the watch thread button is now entirely missing as far as I can see.
My mistake, should be up soon.
>>1634
>Spoilers hide your mouse when you mouse over them. This is gay.
I thought it made them easier to read. If people don't like it I'll remove it.
>>1635
Coming soon.
>>1638
>If you have scripts disabled, it's not possible to reply to threads. It just creates a new thread.
Looking into it.
Nevermind, you already covered them.

New issue: the watchlist no longer has an icon to tell you which threads have had replies (used to be a little red triangle with ! in it)
>>1643
>Check out the More tab.
I'd prefer them above where I'm used to them but whatever. What about adding a tickbox under more for sage in both boxes? It's not hugely necessary but it helps.
>It uses your native system font now instead of just Arial or sans-serif.
All good then.
>I thought it made them easier to read. If people don't like it I'll remove it.
Better to go with the system where you can click on them to toggle them between spoilered and not if that's what you want.
I've always hated Yotsuba B.
>>1641
>I thought it made them easier to read. If people don't like it I'll remove it.
Delete this, it's not fun to have a cursor vanish all the sudden while scrolling. If you wanted to read spoilered text under the cursor you'd fucking move the cursor.
>>1641
>1. Quoted posts change colour when clicked like standard links in html do.
Click on a quote/reply (e.g. this post's >>1641) and it will change from red to a dark blue. That's standard behaviour for visited links in html but not standard for imageboards where it should stay red. There's a simple way to turn it off with css but I forget how do not do it to all links on the page, just the replies
>>1645
Dark theme coming soon.
>>1644
>I'd prefer them above where I'm used to them but whatever.
I believe it reduces clutter.
>What about adding a tickbox under more for sage in both boxes? It's not hugely necessary but it helps.
Wouldn't work without JS or an addon.
>Better to go with the system where you can click on them to toggle them between spoilered and not if that's what you want.
Wouldn't work without JS.
Not an issue, but while you're tweaking it, consider adding a hovering reply box for noscript users. It's perfectly possible without any scripts by using either the fatchan's anchor link method, or labels and a hidden checkbox.

I wrote a page with examples for this kind of stuff;
http://tsun.surge.sh/nojs/index.html#toggleboxes
Watcher and hide icons are back, they'll be adjusted soon.
>>1649
Fixed.
>>1651
I know about the CSS checkbox hack. I could certainly implement it (and I have done it before) but it will have to wait for now.
>>1649
>>1641
Also A post's number changes like this (the No. 1644 at the end of the top line of a post). It gets slightly lighter when you've clicked on it or clicked on a quote that goes to that post and it should also not change. The No. text itself does that also (so both it and the post's number).
>>1650
>Wouldn't work without JS or an addon.
The other spoiler tickybox works without JS I assume, so an addon I guess. Not a dealbreaker anyway.
>Wouldn't work without JS.
I'm surprised there isn't a way to do it with pure html+css yet but ok. The mouse-over shit is still gay.

>>1651
This too.
Holy shit, if I click a post link like
>>1641
and then I press the back button, it actually goes back down the page to where I was!

Fuck it I'll put up with Yotsuba B for this alone, thanks robi you the real nigga.
>>1655
Yeah, that was one of my pet peeves. We had to sacrifice the sidebar catalog but everyone hated the sidebar catalog anyway.
>>1656
>but everyone hated the sidebar catalog anyway
Glad I wasn't alone on that. I'd click a thread and start scrolling and then that dumb thing would pop up and break my scroll.

Never used it anyway.
Watcher notifications should be fixed.
Hide menu now fixed.
Spoilers now show your cursor.
I see the watch thread button is back which is good but it needs some space on its left margin so it doesn't hit off the hide button. Also both the watchlist and the hide button don't change your cursor to indicate they're clickable which really is a matter of preference anyway.

The actual watched threads box itself (the one that pops down when you open it) has the cursor change to the 'you can move this' closed fist but it can't move. Also as I mentioned a while back if it gets so long it goes off your page you can't scroll it to see the ones below: that's probably fixable by giving it the correct properties for overflow.

This is probably one that you can't fix easily but when you click on a post's number to add it into the reply box it always shows up right at the end of the text you've typed instead of where the cursor currently is. Make it a pain to add a bunch of posts.

>>1652
Thanks. Now the same for the post number and we're good.
>>1655
The other thing that's better here is posting doesn't forcibly jump you down to your new post the moment it's done. It's extremely jarring and, along with the half-broken watchlist, was something I hated about the mess that was 8chan's codebase.

>>1656
>We had to sacrifice the sidebar catalog but everyone hated the sidebar catalog anyway.
Good riddance to it.
>>1659
>I see the watch thread button is back which is good but it needs some space on its left margin so it doesn't hit off the hide button.
Changing it now.
>Also both the watchlist and the hide button don't change your cursor to indicate they're clickable which really is a matter of preference anyway.
Should be fixed.
>The actual watched threads box itself (the one that pops down when you open it) has the cursor change to the 'you can move this' closed fist but it can't move.
For some reason only moves if you click the title. Fixing it now.
>Also as I mentioned a while back if it gets so long it goes off your page you can't scroll it to see the ones below: that's probably fixable by giving it the correct properties for overflow.
Putting this on P2 for now.
>Thanks. Now the same for the post number and we're good.
Done.
Fixed watched threads not being draggable in the middle.
The site looks somewhat retarded on mobile yes I know at the moment, I'm guessing it has something to do with the theme/ui changes.


Also, as I'm sure you can tell by the new post that was made, the top reply box makes a new thread instead of a reply to the current thread. The bottom box (under quick reply) doesn't actually allow you to post replies, the button doesn't work. Had to transfer from mobile to a PC to make this post.

After transferring to a PC, it seems like most of these issues exist on the PC as well. Scaling is weird, not all the required buttons are there, and so on.

Huh, it seems like ublock origin doesn't like your site now. I see the Yotsuba theme instead of the old Lynxchan one. Disabling it removed many of the issues. Apologies for the somewhat rambling and reddit-tier post, documenting issues as I encounter them.
Looking good so far.

>>1658
>Watcher notifications should be fixed.
Needs some border/margin around it as the ! is right up against the text for the thread name right now. Also a different colour from the X would be better (red originally was nice) but that's less important. Actually the X for 'remove from watchlist' is also missing a left margin. Seems like there's maybe something wrong with a class you're using for a lot of icons where maybe someone inserted a magic number of negative left margin to correct the spacing way back.

>>1659
Part of the reason I prefer the email box being at the top is it's very easy to forget you've left sage in it when it's buried way down at the bottom.
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>>1639
Thumbs in the catalog stretch images to a default square resolution
>>1662
I think this was just me being retarded about not clearing the cache, apologies.
>>1662
>The site looks somewhat retarded on mobile yes I know at the moment, I'm guessing it has something to do with the theme/ui changes.
Probably hardcoded sizes in pixels instead of using relative units like em/en. This is why OPs with more than two images always fuck up and why the quick reply box often goes off the bottom of the screen on mobile.
>Huh, it seems like ublock origin doesn't like your site now. I see the Yotsuba theme instead of the old Lynxchan one. Disabling it removed many of the issues. Apologies for the somewhat rambling and reddit-tier post, documenting issues as I encounter them.
I've got ublock on and it seems ok. A lot of the issues you posted about were present about 30 minutes ago, is it possible you haven't refreshed? Use Ctrl+F5 for a proper refresh.
>>1664
Fixed
>>1663
Gonna work on watcher notifications a bit later.
>Part of the reason I prefer the email box being at the top is it's very easy to forget you've left sage in it when it's buried way down at the bottom.
I'll add the email field back up the main area.
Bit of an OCD issue and less of a functional issue but the links at the top all seem to have a space after the forward slash so that the icon isn't butted against the /. The icon for "watched threads" and the webring text don't seem to be spaced correctly.
>>1666
I made sure to use rem almost everywhere in the new CSS.
>>1668
Indeed, working on it.
Added e-mail under name in quick reply again.
>>1668
If we're getting autistic about things it bothers me that the reporting dropdown arrow isn't vertically aligned with the watch and hide thread icons both of which now have too much horizontal spacing between them, but that's probably my fault for asking.
>>1669
>I made sure to use rem almost everywhere in the new CSS.
Good. Remember that it's relative to the parent element though, which is why somethings things can get weird if you're using them within a theme that's hardcoding sizes elsewhere above something.
>>1667
>>1670
Thanks.
Would it be possible to have the top bar pinned to the top of the page, such that it's still visible even when you scroll? That was a nice quality-of-life thing that Lynxchan had.
>>1670
It's pretty much only ever used for sage, and I've seen some imageboards have save as a checkbox option instead of needing it to type it into the email field.

Just something to consider, it's not necessarily the "right" way to do it.
>>1673
*sage
>>1668
Your OCD should be satisfied now.
>Good. Remember that it's relative to the parent element though
Wrong, rem is Root EM which depends on the <html>'s font-size.
Gonna step away for a few hours. Believe it or not I've been working on this all weekend.
Also the (you) that appears next to a reply to one of your posts gets the same red underline as the post number. And it's another thing that could do with a little one-character wide space on its left side.
>>1672
That's a bit of a personal choice thing which might cause arguments. I grew to like it once I was used to it but it's not classic imageboard style.
>>1675
Right, must be em that's relative then. I always get them mixed up because R always means relative rather than root in my mind.
>>1676
Sure thing. It's already a major improvement.
>Believe it or not I've been working on this all weekend.
It's about 95% of the way there so that's believable. It's just the little things that won't get noticed until everyone's using it that are missing.
>>1676
It's been great, really.
But where can i get the old theme back?
Am I the only one seeing a very small box in the top left? It stays there when you scroll.

Is this a remnant of the old top bar that follows you down the page?
>>1679
I'm seeing it too
>>1678
install gentoo
>>1679
Yeah i can see it too, would've not noticed it tbh
>>1679
>Am I the only one seeing a very small box in the top left? It stays there when you scroll.
Good spot.
>Is this a remnant of the old top bar that follows you down the page?
It's actually a teeny-tiny checkbox to see the Latest UIDs. If you aim well you can click it.
>>1679
>>1680
>>1682
>>1683
It's the camera I hid on the page to spy on anons.
If you click it while scrolled to the bottom you'll notice that the latest UIDs box pops up. It's the controller of a clever CSS hack that I forgot to hide well enough.
>>1684
>It's the camera I hid on the page to spy on anons.

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>>1683
>>1684
You just blew my mind, I didn't even know I could click on the "X UIDs" at the bottom of the page and open that box. Doesn't give any visual indication you can click it.

>>1685
I only jerk off to tile patterns though.
>>1667
noice
By the way the refresh button at the bottom of the page visibly clicks itself when the autoreferesh timer runs out. Not a problem but just a bit weird looking.

>>1686
>Doesn't give any visual indication you can click it.
It does for me but only when you mouse over it. I didn't know you could click it either.
>>1685
>anons owning webcams
now that's a knee slapper
If you reply a post and manually refresh the page it opens the quick reply box and quotes the post you replied to.
>>1688 (checked)
>It does for me but only when you mouse over it.
Yeah only on hover.
>>1689
Anyone phoneposting or using a laptop has one. Many modern monitors come with them too. If you're on a laptop or your monitor has a webcam you really should either cover it with tape or go in and physically disconnect it if you're sure you won't want to use it. Don't forget they always have a microphone in there too.
I don't like that I can't scroll down the OPs in the catalog. Normally there is a scroll bar beside every OP in the catalog that allows you to read more. On the new catalog it just cuts off. Unless people didn't like the ability to scroll those for some reason I think that would be good to have back.
Problem with the image upload box: when you upload an image with a really long filename the name blocks the little X to remove it from the upload box. You can just click the top and bottom of it still with very careful mouse placement. Shorter filenames work fine.
>>1693
8chan had a halfway-house soultion where you could click on a long OP to activate scrolling as well.
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>>1694
Time to practice your precision then.
Go to
>>>/doomer/
>>>/f/
>>>/fascist/
>>>/monarchy/
>>>/test/
>>>/trapshota/
for some seriously broken shit A GOOD OLD TIME ON THE EYES
>>1696
Yeah, what's up with that? /fascist/ has never edited its theme and right now it's literally painful to use. Will this be fixed soon?
>>1697
No idea.
It could be worse though. Look at the fucking flags on >>>/monarchy/

Look at it and laugh before it ends up getting fixed and you missed it, kek
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>>1698
Kek I've never seen anything like that
So we can't embed youtube links anymore?
>>1698
Why the fuck are there flags larger than 1000px being loaded? That's a bigger problem than just CSS styles.
>>1699 (checked)
They should leave it tbh, you should be that fucking proud of your country that it's 99% of your post, kek
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>>1696
I just removed /monarchy/'s custom CSS and everything still looks like ass.
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>>1701
I have no idea, I'm laughing so fucking hard though
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>>1698
>>1699
>>1701
>>1702
On /fascist/ it appears to be the exact opposite. I just posted in the QTDDTOT there and tried to post with a flag and it didn't even show up.
>>1700
I don't think we could in the first place other than just posting them in the post body. Let's see:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s5O6EwMxO6w
>>1700
>>1709
Works on my machine. Out of interest does this work for any site or just for youtube?
>>1707
First broken thing I'm actually sad to see fixed. RIP.
>>1712
Try clearing your cache, should work globally.
Names written in the name field don't appear to work, or at least they don't on /monarchy/.
>>1714
Forced anonymity is disabled, I just checked.
god knows how much i love you right now robi, i no longer have to look at that eye rape theme
god knows how much i love you right now robi, i no longer have to look at that eye rape theme
>>1716
>>1717
Are your two eyes saying thanks individually?
I miss the bloobla sucks nigger dicks theme.
Edited last time by Chobitsu on 12/04/2019 (Wed) 15:08:25.
So what's with the bird at the bottom of the page?
>>1726
Seriously? Click it.
Where is the theme picker?
Replying with scripts disabled still creates a thread instead of reply.

I looked at other lynxchan websites and found the problem. The form at the top always has /newThread.js in the action field, even though it's supposed to be /replyThread.js for replies. Replying seems to work if I change that with the browser's developer tools.
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The report text (Answer/Reason) is a color that's basically the same as the background.
>>1726
To be fair it doesn't look very canarylike. More like a pigeon or something.
>>1677
>That's a bit of a personal choice thing which might cause arguments
It definitely makes browsing threads quicker and easier. Are there any vociferous objections to the change?
>>1732
Report, answer and reason are all black and easily visible for me on this board. What board did you see this on?
>>1732
Try ctrl + f5.
To be honest this redesign wasn't needed and it actually made the site even more annoying to use than before, especially when it comes to navigating around the page. CSS is fucked still especially with text colors.
>>1742
Seems fine here in terms of text colours. Tried forcibly clearing the cache? Chrome tends to like caching a lot of things for perceived speed reasons.
>>1742
Clear your cache. Some boards used custom CSS so they are still fucked.
>>1743
>>1744
It's not even colors in main, it's stuff being removed like the bar that used to hover at the top with the arrows and catalog button that is the most annoying.
>>1745
I did like the bar better when it stayed in the window at all times for easy access as well, and having a button always available to return to the board and open the catalog was nice. Also having the link for the webring on screen and just everything in the top bar is convenient.

However for the top and bottom arrows just use home and end on your keyboard.
>>1746
>>1745
Don't worry, I will bring it back soon.
>>1747
Thank you, good to hear.
>>1746
>and having a button always available to return to the board and open the catalog was nice.
Wouldn't hurt to add them back in to the top bar as long as they also stay at the top and bottom of the thread like fags used to 8chan's layout would expect.
>>1750
There's no real point in having them there due to redundancy, but in this case it makes sense to do it wrong just cause people would probably complain that things aren't in the exact spot that they're used to them being.
It looks like shit you dumb faggot. The old design had personality and looked like it's own site. Now you look like a cheap Pigchan rip off.

Restore the old theme. Stop being a retarded cunt. Don't try and fix what isn't broken. Julay was FINE, we LIKED it and now you fucked it up. Were you trying to sabotage the site for 8kun shekels by breaking it the day it came online?
Fixed oopsie with NoJS users posting a thread instead of creating a reply. Whoops.
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>>1754
>Now you look like a cheap Pigchan rip off.
This theme has been around long before pigchan was a thing. Relax, it's an update to the CSS and a bunch of templates. There was no way to do it without breaking existing custom CSS. The dark/tomorrow and other themes will get ported as soon as this one is stable.
>>1756
Posting dumb weeb shit to feedback is a good way to look like an even bigger retard. Not the best idea when you just fucked up the site when your biggest rival just came back on line.

Moot as a teenager was more professional than you microdick.
>>1758
Rival? What are you talking about?
>professional
Do you want your money back?
>>1759
I want you to stop being a faggot and to take running the website seriously. If you expect users to invest their time into your image board try acting less like a tranny from bloobla sucks nigger dicks and more like a dependable admin we can trust not to sell us down the river for some rainbow stockings and a goat dildo.
>>1760
>like a dependable admin we can trust not to sell us down the river for some rainbow stockings and a goat dildo.
He just spent three days on little sleep weathering attacks on the site and fixing the software. Shit breaks when it goes live. He's sitting here fixing it. What's the problem?
>>1760
>I want you to stop being a faggot and to take running the website seriously.
It's a fucking imageboard. Relax.
>If you expect users to invest their time into your image board
Are you the sperg from /v/ who kept talking about investments?
>we
Fucking collectivist.
>can trust not to sell us down the river for some rainbow stockings and a goat dildo.
You can't trust anyone online. Use a VPN or Tor.
>>1754
>>1758
>>1760
It is time to calm down.
Did you do something to the spacing in the reply boxes? It seems like there's a massive margin on the left now. Also the rounded corners on everything is gay, rectangles only please.

>>1751
Exactly. Might as well just put them in both places and everyone's happy.
>>1766
Can you post a screenshot please?
I think the new theme looks pretty good, way better than the old one did at least. The old theme honestly made me feel nauseous just looking at it, it was fucking atrocious. I do have a few autistic nitpicks and observations on the new one though:
- The "board message/announcement" (located between the reply box at the top of the page and the OP, at least when it's used) is currently left-aligned rather than center-aligned like it normally is. Traditionally speaking, it's always been #F00 (except for links which are #34345C) and bold to make it more attention-grabbing.
- Post links and board links are currently set to #F00, but traditionally they've always been #D00, which looks a little nicer.
- More of a behavioral thing, but post links are still red and active even when the posts they link to are deleted. I don't know if that's intended or not, but on other imageboards, links to dead posts or boards just become regular quotes AKA greentext.
- The board title (e.g. "/meta/ - Meta Board") has traditionally always been #AF0A0F, black just doesn't look right to me.
- The reply input boxes on 8chan (and halfchan for that matter) uses a sans-serif font instead of a monospaced font. I think sans-serif is a little more readable, and gives you a better idea of how your post will look after hitting reply.
- This is just personal opinion, but I don't really like the fade-in/fade-out on spoilered text, it makes it feel laggy.
- This isn't really theme-related but more of a feature request: it's always annoyed me how you can't see reply backlinks inside post previews, and hovering over a post link doesn't highlight the post if it's on-screen. Those things make reply chains much easier to follow.
- I agree with >>1766 , the rounded corners that've just been added to the reply input boxes and the buttons doesn't look as good as the more traditional rectangular look it had before.
>>1768
>- The "board message/announcement" (located between the reply box at the top of the page and the OP, at least when it's used) is currently left-aligned rather than center-aligned like it normally is. Traditionally speaking, it's always been #F00 (except for links which are #34345C) and bold to make it more attention-grabbing.
>- Post links and board links are currently set to #F00, but traditionally they've always been #D00, which looks a little nicer.
These can be adjusted.
>- More of a behavioral thing, but post links are still red and active even when the posts they link to are deleted. I don't know if that's intended or not, but on other imageboards, links to dead posts or boards just become regular quotes AKA greentext.
LynxChan limitation.
>- The board title (e.g. "/meta/ - Meta Board") has traditionally always been #AF0A0F, black just doesn't look right to me.
Can be adjusted
>- The reply input boxes on 8chan (and halfchan for that matter) uses a sans-serif font instead of a monospaced font. I think sans-serif is a little more readable, and gives you a better idea of how your post will look after hitting reply.
Kinda unsure about this one, but I can give it a try.
>- This is just personal opinion, but I don't really like the fade-in/fade-out on spoilered text, it makes it feel laggy.
If people don't like it I can remove it.
>- This isn't really theme-related but more of a feature request: it's always annoyed me how you can't see reply backlinks inside post previews, and hovering over a post link doesn't highlight the post if it's on-screen. Those things make reply chains much easier to follow.
God I fucking hate that so much as well. It was in my plans.
>- I agree with >>1766 , the rounded corners that've just been added to the reply input boxes and the buttons doesn't look as good as the more traditional rectangular look it had before.
I'll work on it.
Why is the #rs thing broken now? I'm signed in
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>>1767
It's most notable in the quick reply box where the text just looks like it's floating off the side. Rounded corners are still homo
>>1770
Ah. Yeah, shouldn't be there on the textarea itself, but the other inputs should have it.
>>1770
Testing
>>1639
Real fucking nice.
>catalog
Looks fine.
>index
Looks fine.
>threads
Looks fine
>post box
Looks fine.
>Reference/anchor/No. links
FUCKING WORKS FINALLY JESUS CHRIST BROWSING THREADS ISN'T A BALL CRUSHING NIGHTMARE WITHOUT JS NOW
THANK YOU
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Did you get rid of the side catalog to fix them? God damn reply/quote links not working was the main reason using lynxchan was so fucking awful.
Everything is perfect now.

Like others have said, having the bar on top of the screen is nice, but please make sure the default focus remains on the main part of the thread instead of the bar. It's annoying having to click on the main page area or having to tab multiple times so one could navigate the site with keyboard controls.
Somehow the focus was already on the main part of the overboard, index, and catalog, so opening those links, one could immediately use the space bar, arrow keys, and page bottoms to move across the page, but the focus was not on the main area in threads themselves. So you either had to tab or click on the main area to start using the keyboard there.
Add the overhead bar again, but keep the focus on the main area, and everything will be uberperfect.
>>1768
>This is just personal opinion, but I don't really like the fade-in/fade-out on spoilered text, it makes it feel laggy.
I spotted this one too and I was going to bring it up but when I thought about it it's not a bad idea: if someone accidentally scrolled over a spoiler it'll give them that half-second longer to react and avoid it. In practice though most anons are probably not using them for actual spoiler content.
>This isn't really theme-related but more of a feature request: it's always annoyed me how you can't see reply backlinks inside post previews, and hovering over a post link doesn't highlight the post if it's on-screen. Those things make reply chains much easier to follow.
These would be good too.
>The reply input boxes on 8chan (and halfchan for that matter) uses a sans-serif font instead of a monospaced font. I think sans-serif is a little more readable, and gives you a better idea of how your post will look after hitting reply.
Sans-serif a shit.

>>1769
>I'll work on it.
I don't think it's possible for rounded corners to look good with the way the theme is set up. You'll have to change the fundamental layout of the reply boxes for it to look ok.
>>1774
>Add the overhead bar again, but keep the focus on the main area, and everything will be uberperfect.
This.
>>1774
>>1639
Longs filenames no longer become shortened like it did on the old theme. They'd be cut off, but hovering over the filenames would expand to show you the full name.
Updated the theme with the changes above, refresh to see the changes.
>>1778
Looks good. Bar still isn't pinned to the top of the page but I assume that comes later.
>>1778
Nice, long file names are no longer a problem. Is there a reason why some .gifs like the fifth one in >>1777 don't get an animated thumbnail?
New theme runs a lot better on mobile
However, for some reason cant start new threads on /v/?
Gives a "no file added" error when theres a image attached, i even tried multiple, same errors.

>muh phoneposter
i do my a-logging on the go
>>1781
Try starting a thread without Javascript while I investigate.
Names are and flags are not displayed if are not posted in the New Reply box, if users do it from the Quick Reply box, they don't appear.
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Another bonus of this change. Redtext is actually readable now. Maybe it was just me, but the redtext against the default dark background of the old theme was painful to read and I found myself either tilting my view angle or highlighting the redtext to make it readable.
Another small issue that's persisted, the transparency warrant canary 404's over the hidden service.
Otherwise this change has been absolutely fantastic. I'm looking forward to Final Solution.
>>1785
Ignore my stupidity. The image is blocked because of Tor browser's security settings.
When selecting a flag from the drop-down list in quick reply, you will no longer see a preview of the selected flag next to the dropdown menu.
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Also, the flag thing is happening again, but only when replying, not in posts.
I can't hide posts. Clicking the circle-bar shows 'Hide Post' as a selection, but when selected the entire post just moves to the right a few characters but otherwise remains unchanged, and a new text link '[Unhide post {boardname/postnum}]' appears. Chromium derivative, doesn't matter which of the 3 desktop OS platforms, all the same.
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>>1790
Example capp related.
new theme is nice. thanks robi
>> 1639
Getting rid of the side catalog has made browsing this site so much easier. Since the delete and ban forms at the bottom take up a lot of empty space, would it be possible to turn them into togglable tables like the extra post options are?
I liked the hovering top bar because you don't have to scroll the page if you just want to leave or go the top/bottom in the middle of a page.
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Can't remove file if webm and name is long
Can you make the default font bigger? About the 16px size.
>>1798
'ctrl' + '+'
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Captcha issue seems to be fixed now, just clear your cache. Turns out the LynxChan code doesn't automatically add the trigger in captchaUtils.js and you need to manually add it to the button.
>>1795
one thing i'm seriously missing now is the go to top/go to bottom buttons that were part of it. i used them all the time. JSChan has floating versions in the lower right corner and they are very handy tbh.
>>1802
Robi said in >>1747 that he'll put it back at the top soon, I guess today or tomorrow.
This theme looks amazing compared to that black shit and forward/back now work without JS. Great work sir and thank you.
This theme is a lot better
This site is fucked on mobile now and since I run my board off my phone 99% of the time I can’t even fulfill basic moderation duties like deleting posts and using the BO name since it doesn’t pop up any longer when I put it in the namefield and there’s zero option to delete posts even when I hit moderate thread

Nice job fucking your site over
>>1807
I think you should ask for a refund.
The header links are gone from static pages contact, links, global rules, help

There's no link to board rules pages, but they're up
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>>1778
Looking even better now, cheers for listening Robi. I've noticed a few other OCD things since then:
- Both red text and ban messages are currently set to #D00, meaning that you can easily fake a ban like this:
(USER WAS BANNED FOR THIS POST)
I know a legit ban with the default message shows up as "benned" in a larger font with a "no" symbol next to it, but some might not know that (I didn't until I looked around for a banned post just now). On 8chan and halfchan bans were #F00, and red text on 8chan was #AF0A0F like the board titles (probably because red text was only intended to be used for headings). This meant there was absolutely no chance that anyone could ever mistake the two.
- The [Reply to Thread] link on the bottom right of the page is active and clickable even when you hover over or click on the blank space between [Reply to Thread] and the thread stats. The space also seems overly wide, at least to me.
- On each post, there's a space between "No." and the actual post number (e.g. "No. 1778") that looks a little strange. Traditionally they've always been right up against each other like "No.1778". Might be another unavoidable Lynx-ism, but just thought I'd point it out.
- The "hide post" menu button looks lower than everything else in the post info/title area, like it's misaligned.
- Getting more into personal opinion territory again, but posts currently have a max-width of 94%, meaning they don't go all the way to the right of the browser window, which seems like an arbitrary waste of space to me. I know 8chan did this as well, but halfchan never did, and I think using the full width (besides the small margin on each side) looks better when you make the browser window smaller.
- On my system, the margins between posts seem to awkwardly vary between 5 and 6 pixels, just as they did on 8chan, but on halfchan they were always 4 pixels with no variation. The inconsistency is a little annoying, and personally speaking I always preferred the more compact 4 pixel look.
- The space between the last post of the thread and the line that seperates the posts from the navigation buttons is quite large, which I've measured to be 15 pixels. On 8chan it was only 9 pixels, and on halfchan it's only 7 pixels.
- The font seems to default to Segoe-UI on my system (Windows 7), which just doesn't look right to me. On both 8chan and halfchan, font-family is set to "arial,helvetica,sans-serif", which gives the more traditional and expected look.
>>1807
>there’s zero option to delete posts even when I hit moderate thread
I haven't tried it on mobile, but if you click (or "tap" I guess) the little triangle found on each post, "Delete Post", "Delete By Ip", and "Ban" are all there. I think you can also check the checkboxes, open up "Show Forms" at the bottom of the page, and delete/ban posts that way. This has made me notice another problem though:
- When moderating a thread, the buttons under Report/Ban are all overlapping and covering up other things in the box, pic related.
>>1810
Actually now that I think about it, couldn't all the "hide post" menu options just be moved to the "triangle" menu, and the "hide post" menu be removed? I don't see why there needs to be two seperate menus, it seems kinda pointless and just looks awkward.
>>1656
I actually liked the sidebar catalog. Took a bit of getting used to but it was convenient.
>>1812
I like it too, and you could disable it if you wanted.
>>1813
It messed up all sorts of things in the thread view. I wouldn't be able to click back to go back to the previous post and it broke scrolling. Maybe Robi can bring it back after fixing these issues.
>>1802
You can use the Home and End keys on your keyboard until it's fixed unless you're a mobilenigger.
>>1771
>>1767
>>1766
Also seems like you fixed the floating text in the reply box. Thanks.
>>1804
Ahh, thanks. I don't care about the 'side catalog' thing at all it didn't even work for me half the time but I did like the navigation buttons at the top. They don't even have to be at the top ofc, but being able to get to them in the middle of a long thread is nice.
Cleaned up a bunch of threads on /meta/ that were made when the reply box wasn't working correctly. If you're still having issues feel free to post them here. We're still fixing some things and dealing with requests. Working on porting Dark/Tomorrow themes now.
>>1818
thanks for the hard work guys. the site is better now and everyone will get used to it. i hope FS works soon tbh.
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>>1810
>- Both red text and ban messages are currently set to #D00, meaning that you can easily fake a ban like this:
Set the colors as you suggested.
>- The [Reply to Thread] link on the bottom right of the page is active and clickable even when you hover over or click on the blank space between [Reply to Thread] and the thread stats. The space also seems overly wide, at least to me.
Yeah, fixed that one and made the spacing 10px.
>- On each post, there's a space between "No." and the actual post number (e.g. "No. 1778") that looks a little strange. Traditionally they've always been right up against each other like "No.1778". Might be another unavoidable Lynx-ism, but just thought I'd point it out.
Fixed.
>- The "hide post" menu button looks lower than everything else in the post info/title area, like it's misaligned.
FontAwesome icons are weirdly inconsistent, I changed it around a bit, let me know if they still look wrong.
>- Getting more into personal opinion territory again, but posts currently have a max-width of 94%, meaning they don't go all the way to the right of the browser window, which seems like an arbitrary waste of space to me.
Made it 100%, I just wanted it to look consistent.
>- The font seems to default to Segoe-UI on my system (Windows 7), which just doesn't look right to me. On both 8chan and halfchan, font-family is set to "arial,helvetica,sans-serif", which gives the more traditional and expected look.
Hmm... other people suggested this as well. If people really want it to be Arial I'll change it.
>- When moderating a thread, the buttons under Report/Ban are all overlapping and covering up other things in the box, pic related.
Fixed, and fixed the thread moderation boxes while I was at it.
>>1804
Robi, one more suggestion for the top bar/catalog button. On other sites, if you click on a favorited board in the top bar, you'd be taken to the board's catalog if you clicked on the link from a catalog. As of now, it takes you to the board's front page all the time, even if you clicked on the link from a board catalog. Would it be possible to change this behavior?
Implemented the hovering top bar, refresh to view it. It also has top/bottom buttons.
>>1821
I'll take a look.
>>1820
>If people really want it to be Arial I'll change it
Using system font sounds good in theory, but in practice the inconsistency and unpredictability is not good for design, and I doubt most people care to configure their system font to be something they like or even know how to configure something like that.
>>1819
This. I'm trying to point out minor issues but the overall change is great.
>>1822
Works fine. Some fags may want a return and catalog button on it though I don't care either way but I think they're more useful for mobile users.
The default font is now set to Arial. I also brought back the favorite boards thing. My b u d d y is working on the Tomorrow theme which should be ready today or tomorrow (:^).
>>1825
If people demand it I'll add it.
>>1821
Implemented. Clear your cache.
>>1708
Embed works for me, but I notice the mouse cursor doesn't change state to indicate a clickable-link over '[Embed]'
>>1705
I can't seem to hide images.
Accomplishing all of this in 8chan would have taken 4 years.
Tomorrow theme added.
>>1812
>>1813
it was pure cancer, kys
>>1742
>making the site look and run exactly like 8ch instead of lynxshit was unnecessary
How about you go and suck a nigger dick, okay
I have no idea what it is about "Tomorrow" that is extremely hard on the eyes. I turned it on for about 2 seconds and I could feel the headache coming and I immediately switched it back to Yotsuba Benis.

The original dark theme didn't bother me at all. Looking at the original theme and I think it had something to do with the text colors not contrasting so hard (not being as bright), But for some reason Tomorrow is really not easy on the eyes (for me at least).
>>1836
Dark theme is the next to get ported. Will be live either tonight or tomorrow. Still trying to fix all the bugs in the new templates as well.
>>1826
I don't really care about having home and end type buttons in the top bar personally because I'm not a mobilefag, however having return and catalog always onscreen is actually quite useful so I don't have to jump to the top or bottom.
>>1837
Oh I thought Tomorrow was the "dark theme."
>>1830
They never implemented I2P.
Shows you their priorities.
I'm wondering how many anons just assume the site is broken now without dumping their cache. Might be worth changing the global CSS file to another name just so the place isn't broken for people that were lurking before we changed it.

>>1839
No they're separate themes. I was going to port Dark first but ended up doing Tomorrow instead.

>>1840
Thanks for reminding me to put this on the to-do list.
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>>1827
Thankee-sai.
>>1832
Very nice, only issues and things I've found with the Tomorrow theme so far are:
- The main text is bright white instead of #C5C8C6 like it normally is on Tomorrow themes (the lower contrast makes it easier on the eyes). I believe this is what was bothering anon in >>1836 .
- Post links don't change color on hover. On 8chan they're #81A2BE normally and #5F89AC when you hover over them, and on halfchan it's the other way round.
- Not sure if intentional, but there's a weird gray shadow on the bottom and right sides of post previews, and there's an unnatural looking gap between the previews and their shadows. Halfchan's native extension just uses a 1px solid #333 border around previews, and 8chan's are the same but #000. I think the 1px borders look a lot cleaner than using shadows, personally.
- I think the file dropzone could do with being a little darker, 8chan uses some transparency effects to get their color, but it ends up as #78797b if you color sample it, which is easier on the eyes.
- The top bar seems to have a border on Yotsuba B, but not on Tomorrow, which makes it blend in with any posts it's overlapping. 8chan's top bar uses a 1px #111 border, and halfchan's native extension top bar uses a 2px #111 border.
- The text color inside IDs is #C5C8C6, but I think it actually looks better if kept white.

This is unrelated to the theme, but I also noticed that when you click a post number to auto-paste it into the reply box, the post number (and new line after it) always gets placed at the very end of whatever you've written, regardless of where the text cursor is. On 8chan and halfchan, clicking on a post number inserts the number (and the newline) exactly where the text cursor is currently located.
>>1784
Name field and flags still don't work on /monarchy/ if entered from quick reply
>>1844
I'm going to assume it's
>their custom CSS
>the fact that they uploaded large flags which worked on the old CSS
The BO will need to update the CSS. Which reminds me. After I port the Dark theme I'm going to provide an easy to use template for you guys to be able to make custom themes with. We are sorry these changes broke so much but there was no way to fix these issues without doing it. Next time we do a major site wide change like this we'll try to give the BOs more notice.
>>1845
I'm the BO, I'll fuck around with CSS and see if that changes anything. If that doesn't work I'll start manually resizing flags and reuploading them.
>>1841
>I'm wondering how many anons just assume the site is broken now without dumping their cache. Might be worth changing the global CSS file to another name just so the place isn't broken for people that were lurking before we changed it.
Might as well do it. It won't hurt anyone else.
>>1847
I'll probably have it done later.

>>1846
I can't remember if it was your board but: The custom images you were using were breaking TLS. If you upload them to your meta thread (or anywhere else) you can use them within your CSS without breaking TLS. Again, sorry for the lack of notice on this site wide change. We'll be better about that in the future.
I'll still upload a template later for you guys to use to make it easier for those not familiar with CSS to learn how to make themes for their boards

If you have any problems just let me know.
Also friendly reminder: You can always speak with the admins on IRC in the channel #julayworld @ Rizon. If we don't reply right away it means we're asleep or away at the time. We don't ignore any questions asked in there sometimes they just come when no one is awake to answer them.
>>1848
Yeah, that was us. Unfortunately I couldn't grab the image we were using for a background; the URL the original BO used for the image is now dead so I couldn't download the image, then upload it to the site.
>>1850
That's strange because it was loading for me so I assumed it was still working. Must have been in my local cache or something.
>>1843
I'll go through and fix these. Thanks for letting us know. I ran through and ported the colors quickly and had to leave to attend to some things so I figured a few weren't correct.
>>1851
Looks like it's working now, maybe the site was just temporarily down in the few days that I checked it.
>>1853
Okay good. Just upload it to your board somewhere. As long as you don't delete the post it's included with you don't have to worry about it getting deleted. We clear orphaned files every so often to save on disk space. In the future (when FS is ready) I'll see if we can add an option for BOs to upload images they'd like to use with their CSS from their control panel instead of having to rely on posting them to their own boards.
Dunno if this is the right thread, but is it possible for boards to have a custom font in the CSS or something so that a BO could have their board in say elvish or wingdings as an option?
>>1855
Sure, just overwrite the font-family in the CSS. I'll include this in the template.
>>1841
>Might be worth changing the global CSS file to another name just so the place isn't broken for people that were lurking before we changed it.
Instead of having to "version" your CSS by changing the name every time you fuck with it, just put a notice up under "Post site theme issues here" that says "If the site looks broken, try clearing your cache."
>>1857
I'll probably add that later. I was just thinking it'd be easier for anons instead of having to dump their cache because it can be a pain in the ass on certain devices. Once the final bugs are worked out global CSS shouldn't have a major change again until we finally manage to get off of Lynxchan.
>>1656
>everyone hated the sidebar catalog anyway
ngl i kinda liked it
or at least the idea of it. what made it so cumbersome was its inability to be resized, and the fact that it didnt update in real time. i suppose that might be kind of a moot point with a lot of relatively slow boards, but on more active boards it would be really awesome to see where threads are at in real time or maybe an auto-refresh checkbox like there is for threads without changing tabs and hitting refresh

jus sayin
could be kewl
>>1843
The theme changes have been implemented.
>the post number ... always gets placed at the very end
Known issue, fixed soon.
Fixed flags in quick reply form.
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Fixed long filenames on the file selector and gave it a minimum height.
>>1866
>Fixed long filenames on the file selecto
Lovely.
>and gave it a minimum height.
Does it look fine on mobile too?
>>1861
Thanks again Robi, it's amazing to see all these fixes and improvements get implemented so fast. One small thing I've noticed, post previews on Tomorrow seem to be missing a border, whereas Yotsuba B previews have one.
>>1869
I'll take a look. Dark theme may not get ported over until tomorrow by the way.
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When I have a custom CSS set, it doesn't take on catalogs for some reason.
I have the same CSS set as the default for my board, and it works just fine.
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>>1871
We will look into it. Also stream chat voted on my new name. I'm not happy with it but at least it'll avoid confusion because most of the time anons think it's robi responding when I use my capcode.
>>1873
>W.T. Snacks
Nice. Are you gonna go on a banning spree only to eventually be fired?
>just got board ownership
>make first thread
>attach image
>image doesn't show up in op
>make second thread with image
>image is attached
>first honorary post forever ruined
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>>1878
>make a meme board
>get memed on
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>>1639
Can you move the catalog refresh and search function on the left side? Apart from being more familiar it's just weird to separate the catalog functions to two sides of the screen.
>>1878
Just ask for your board to be recreated mayte.
>>1656
Retard question: Is the "sidebar catalog" referring to that grid icon on the top right of the old interface? I kinda like having a catalog button up top
>>1639
Can you give us an option to make custom flags mandatory like nation flags?
>>1873
Nice. What you get for allowing a bunch of morans to make a decision for you. :^)
>>1656
Good riddance. The trade-off is deffo a trade-up tbh.
>>1885
No, it's a retarded clickable list of the nearby threads on a board. You can see example of it in in other Lynxchan-based boards. It's retarded b/c not only did it break other things, it didn't even function properly half the time.
TOMORROW IS HERE TODAY
What comes the day after thatnext tbh?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkErNkX2HKM
Any chance you could add the 'top/bottom' arrows on the overboard floating bar as well? That's always been a nuisance.
>>1893
Sure, why not. Check back soon.
>>1894
don't ignore me >>1882
>>1895
Auuugghhh fine
>>1893
Can we also get a catalog button in the top bar?
Could you just use the old them and edit it to have the right color scheme?
I like that JulayWorld is slightly unique in design compared to 8kun and endchan.
>>1897
where would the overboard 'catalog' point to?
>>1898
this is far better than it was anon. also, the Tomorrow theme is now active.
>>1898
lynxchan is pure cancer and a sore to anyone's eye
Questions: Could you add the themes of:
- https://freech.net/ (Clear, Minimal, FYAD Edit, BYOB Edit, Minimal Dark)
- https://onee.ch/ (Yotsuba, Yotsuba C, Meguca Muwaru, Lain, Mushroom, Cyberpunk, Chanpink)
Since the more themes there are the more people we can attract?
#FuckTheACA #Fuck16chanToo #Fuck663Also
>>1902
>#
Leave.
>>1903
Look I don't want to be called a shill, I legit want Julay to beat the competition.
>>1899
I meant the top bar in general, not specifically the one on overboard. My bad, should have clarified.

One more thing, Robi--is it possible to add an option in BO settings so that the default flag choice is the first flag on the list, rather than no flag at all?
>>1902
Here are some others
- https://floridachan.com/ and https://possumstu.org (Miami)
- https://balkanchan.ga/ (Colors, Clear, Blue, Plebs)
- https://abandon.fun/ (Jungle)
- http://kage.gq/b/ (Jungle, Futaba, Tomorrow)
- https://indiachan.com/ (Indiachan, Simplechan, Penumbra, Yotsuba)
>>1902
Seems like a waste of time and effort to make and maintain all these themes officially if ultimately the plan is to switch to entirely different software.
>>1902
>>1906
They all look fairly shitty and half-assed, some look even worse than the eye cancer we just got rid of. I think we'd be better off just perfecting what we have now, and then adding a few time-tested palette-swap variants (e.g. red board Yotsuba, foolz-like green Yotsuba). Any large departures from "the norm" should really be left in the hands of BOs and custom CSS autists, so that Julay staff don't have to maintain numerous completely different themes and layouts whenever they want to add or change something.
>>1902
>>1906
go back
>#
and kill yourself
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I have no idea how I keep getting this but I have gotten it quite a few times now and decided to take a screenshot. Somehow I'm managing to make the top bar look broken, like image related. No idea how to trigger it, I think it happens more often if I clear cache/browsing data and refresh the page. Firefox.

I've seen it happen on multiple boards with default CSS. I noticed it happen once yesterday so it wasn't a change today that broke it.
>>1910
not speaking for admin, i'm just some anon. but i can't see what's wrong anon?
>>1908
>so that Julay staff don't have to maintain numerous completely different themes and layouts whenever they want to add or change something.
Not, the staff here, but this. This kind of thing can be a major PITA to maintain. Tomorrow & Yotsuba are great starting points. Maybe one or two others and call it a day. The main thing is that the site works better now on tablets & PCs too. Getting rid of the side-catalog alone is a major step up.
By the way can you add the email box to the top-of-thread reply box instead of hiding it under the more menu like it is in the quick reply box?
>>1910
Looks correct to me.
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>>1914
>>1917
CSS selector is in the wrong place. I just encountered this bug again right now with cookies/cache/etc cleared. Also, when the CSS selector is inbetween account and settings instead of after webring where it normally is, there is no forward slash separating it from settings. 99% of the time the CSS selector is the last item in the top bar and it looks fine. Pic related is how it normally looks for me, compare it to previous bugged pic where every now and again, maybe 1% of the time, it's rearranged and missing a forward slash.

Try clearing browsing data and refreshing the page and see if you get it. Then refresh again and it should go away. It only seems to happen sometimes.
>>1243
Hey fuggers the Canary is a 404.
>>1922
>glowniggers already here
well that was fast
I'm joking I'm sure it will be back
>>1922
Probably lost in server move. This will serve for now until we fix it later:

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Hash: SHA256

As of 12-03-2019 Julay.world has not been served with any warrants and is not currently under any gag orders.
Julay.world moved servers today and it seems to have broken the page for our warrant canary located at this address:
https://julay.world/.transparency/

The two keys used to verify signed messages were also hosted on that page. I hope you backed them up so you
can verify this message. The canary should be fixed within the next 12 hours and will be updated at that time. Some
headlines to verify current date as always follow:

- - Clinton News Network headline: Keeping up with China: US Navy orders $22 billion worth of submarines
https://edition.cnn.com/2019/12/03/politics/us-navy-submarines-contract-intl-hnk/index.html

- - Faux News Network headline: House Democrats vote to adopt Trump impeachment report, blast scheme to 'solicit foreign interference' in 2020 race
https://www.foxnews.com/politics/house-intel-committee-trump-impeachment-report-vote

- - Animu News Network headline: Legend of the Galactic Heroes: Die Neue These Second
https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/review/legend-of-the-galactic-heroes-die-neue-these-second/episode-10/.153854

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>>1909
No u faget. But still >>1925 check >>1902 and >>1906 for theme-spiration
>>1925
Thanks, Snacks.
>>1930
If he is the real snacks then I am in shock.
>>1941
Snacks is alive and well, and hosts online radios and has even social media.
80/10 cool dude.
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Any chance we can get a hide posts behavior that actually works now? (or at least a hide image)
>>1941
He's not, it's a LARP.
>>1873
>>1945
use ublock origin element picker for a quick solution until its fixed.
>>1947
alright, will do. I suspect this is more or less the same issue that was going at fatchan.
https://fatpeople.lol/t/thread/161.html
>>1905
PLZ RESPOND
>>1956
Not possible without an addon.
Maybe it's just me, but I seem to recall some kind of link for a board's rules located somewhere near the post button from before?
>>1962
You're right, it will be added back.
>>1963
Ah so there was. Thanks Robi.
>>1645
This. I’m phoneposting right now, so how does the site look without CSS?
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>>1639
Since the bottom options take up so much empty space, can they be made into clickable forms like the extra posting options are? Something like pic related.
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I'm getting Burichan colors on /cow/'s ban options.

Thanks for implementing sitewide Yotsuba B, by the way.
>>1963
Has there been any progress on actually getting the hide button to hide things like >>1945 asked?

Furthermore, can you show stubs (or at least give us an option to) when hidden? I accidentally filtered by name and had to clear my cache in order for any posts to be visible at all. This wasn't an issue on 4/8chan because the stubs were visible and still had the option to disable filters.

The tomorrow them looks nice. Thanks for not shrinking the font for no reason like 8ch did.
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>>2000
Also, is the (*) in the browser tab broken for anyone else? The (3) here is from a thread where I just posted and where I had scrolled to the bottom repeatedly beforehand.

Also, is it possible to enable uploading an image from the clipboard?
>>2004
I'm using a very old version of Iridium, if that makes a difference. I can update if that'll fix functionality.
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Captcha and settings forms are unreadable when on /cow/, I imagine this happens bickers the board's CSS sets the text color and the site's CSS sets the background.
The problem gets FUCKING LOVES HER PUSSY if you use Tomorrow or Yotsuba B.
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>>2005
>Iridium
>>2007
>ClipboardImage.png
>>2008
Is Elsa a nudist?
>>2008
>>ClipboardImage.png
Try pasting an image from your clipboard.
Where's the fucking dark theme?
>>2013
Yeah, I kinda miss it too...now JulayWorld looks like Endchan.
>>2013
>>2020
between settings and watched threads there's a drop down menu, pick Tomorrow :^)
>>2012
I'm not stupid, sorry.

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