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    @crazycells said in CSS code customization for the link preview plugin:

    does OGProxy show the pdf previews as well?

    Not yet, but it could with a bit of additional code.

  • Page control arrows for PWA

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    @crazycells it is, yes - I think I’ll leave it as there is no specific PWA CSS classes I know of. Well, you could use something like the below, but this means multiple CSS files for different operating systems.

    /** * Determine the mobile operating system. * This function returns one of 'iOS', 'Android', 'Windows Phone', or 'unknown'. * * @returns {String} */ function getMobileOperatingSystem() { var userAgent = navigator.userAgent || navigator.vendor || window.opera; // Windows Phone must come first because its UA also contains "Android" if (/windows phone/i.test(userAgent)) { return "Windows Phone"; } if (/android/i.test(userAgent)) { return "Android"; } if (/iPad|iPhone|iPod/.test(userAgent) && !window.MSStream) { return "iOS"; } return "unknown"; // return “Android” - one should either handle the unknown or fallback to a specific platform, let’s say Android }

    Once you’re in that rabbit hole, it’s impossible to get out of it.

  • how to hide "moved" badge with CSS?

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    @crazycells ah, I see. That makes sense.

  • CSS codes to prevent votes to disappear

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    @phenomlab yes, it is 🙂 thanks a lot…

  • navigation menu panel on mobile

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    @crazycells hmm. That’s odd. I haven’t made any changes from recollection but I could be wrong. I’ll need to check.

    EDIT - very strange. I honestly don’t recall adding the below CSS block to alter the bottom bar, but you’re right…

    .bottombar-nav { padding: 0px !important; }

    I’ve removed this so it reflects stock Harmony.

  • What is this bar called?

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    This is good 👍

  • NodeBB v3

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    @cagatay JS will work fine - no changes there, and there are no plans to drop support for jQuery. More of an issue is the CSS - for which there are quite a few breaking changes. Keep an eye on sudonix.dev (my development site) where you can see progress in relation to how I am tackling the compatibility issues.

  • CSS codes for fa-info icon

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    I have just figured it out…

    it can be targeted with text-decoration-color:

    I was mistakenly using color