[Koha] Display issue: IntranetNav in 21.05.02.003
jonathan.druart at bugs.koha-community.org
Tue Aug 31 20:41:19 NZST 2021
How many links do you have? Can you share your IntranetNav content?
I do see the overlap described on 23840 but the "More" moving all around.
It appears on a separate line if the line is too long for the window,
but it's the best we can do, in my opinion.
Le lun. 30 août 2021 à 20:35, Elaine Bradtke <eb at efdss.org> a écrit :
> Our test site is on 21.05.02.003 . Our production site is 21.05.00 The
> problem is in 21.05.02.003
> We have some extra links in the IntranetNav There seems to be a limit to
> how much you can put to the left of the More menu.
> Once exceeded, the More menu ends up on the next line, but in an odd place.
> In this case on the very far left of the page:
> When the More menu is clicked, it actually falls off the edge of the page -
> there's no way to bring it into view.
> By cutting down on the number of characters that display, I managed to
> bring it into view, More is still on the next line, despite the fact that
> there is plenty of room for it above.
> Weirdly (and I struggle with left and right, so I never thought about it
> before), the production site running the older version puts our added links
> to the RIGHT of the More menu, but on the same line.
> I'm not sure if it's related to bug 23840
> <https://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=23840> or if
> it's a new problem.
> Elaine Bradtke
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