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    Meds and Monsters Morphology's Avatar

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    Title/Author bleeds over n hover

    There's a minor cosmetic issue with the hover over images that have really long titles. If the title is really long, the by -user- gets pushed off of the hover graphic onto the page.

    https://www.weasyl.com/submissions?u...&folderid=2038

    Here you can see it on my "Four Horsemen" entry. The title is so large that it pushes the artist name off the graphic.

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    pixel-pusher Aden's Avatar
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    Ah, I see. I'll get that on my list. Problem with cutting stuff off is that there's no easy way to do multi-line truncation in CSS...you think it'd look okay to put the artist name before the title (so if the title's really long the artist's name is still visible anyway)?

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    Meds and Monsters Morphology's Avatar

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aden View Post
    Ah, I see. I'll get that on my list. Problem with cutting stuff off is that there's no easy way to do multi-line truncation in CSS...you think it'd look okay to put the artist name before the title (so if the title's really long the artist's name is still visible anyway)?
    Regardless of which comes first, there will still be the bleed, so I dunno. It's just a minor nitpicky cosmetic thing. XD

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    Thumbnails broken

    When the title of a journal is really long, the thumbnails break when hovering it and afterwards hovering over the thumbnail above it. The text that didn't fit in the thumbnail at first is now visible on it's thumbnail, even though the mouse isn't hovering above it anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aden View Post
    Ah, I see. I'll get that on my list. Problem with cutting stuff off is that there's no easy way to do multi-line truncation in CSS...you think it'd look okay to put the artist name before the title (so if the title's really long the artist's name is still visible anyway)?
    I'd say make the font a bit smaller for long titles and cut the title off with ... if it gets too long

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    I haven't noticed this, though judging by the original date of this thread I take it that this is a resolved issue.

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