Forum Overhaul Fix-'em-up Jamboree

Forum Overhaul Fix-'em-up Jamboree
#51
RE: Forum Overhaul Fix-'em-up Jamboree
yaaaay thanks spoids good stuff
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#52
RE: Forum Overhaul Fix-'em-up Jamboree
here's a couple things:

-text with a background seems to be appearing tinier than normal on mobile view in some contexts (usually when next to non-backgrounded text) (mentioned this one on discord but adding it here for tracking)
-in my signature on PC Chrome, the backgrounded text is...floating slighty?

-text that is
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cannot be highlighted, dunno if this one is intentional
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#53
RE: Forum Overhaul Fix-'em-up Jamboree
Damn the forum's looking sharp, great job @ everyone involved. I love you deeply.
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#54
RE: Forum Overhaul Fix-'em-up Jamboree
You should be able to remove the border in web embeds. Bitmap fonts like Unifont and other pixelly fonts should not have cleartype or antialiasing for anything like that. Should look more like this.
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A Room you Really Want To Get Out Of : Lore
[Image: logo.png] (Please enable Cleartype if you haven't already. (Enabled by default.))
Some of my stuff uses this font.
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#55
RE: Forum Overhaul Fix-'em-up Jamboree
There's no easy way I'm familiar with to make web fonts not antialiased in most browsers. From what I understand, it's part of how resizing is done. Also note: that linked website doesn't actually render anything in Unifont, unless you've already downloaded it locally. And if a website uses a local font instead of a web font, that might be part of why it's rendering more crisply on your end.

As for web embeds, I'm on the fence on removing the border on web embedded content. On the one hand, yeah, it'd be nice to have it seamlessly blend with post content. On the other, I'd like it to be clear that the content is separate from ET, in the event that someone misused it. HTML embeds are still on probation, as far as I'm concerned; not many folks have made use of them yet, to my knowledge. If enough people demonstrate responsible use of it, I'll consider it though!
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#56
RE: Forum Overhaul Fix-'em-up Jamboree
I tried using the wrong password a couple times, and got the captcha block.
That looks normal.
It also wanted captcha for my password reset, also normal.
But going to the page suggested by the reset email, that worked.
but I think.. I think? When I first tried to change my password I somehow ended up restricted from the page after?

I just logged out and in and it works fine otherwise.
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