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    Default make login screen dynamic width

    When logging into openSUSE on a narrow browser (could be small, non-widescreen laptop screen?) the "openSUSE Login" header and the form underneath are thrown to the bottom of the page, under the navigation bar to the left.

    I think this is a case of the <div> or header being set to a fixed width, as opposed to a dynamic width.



    I know removing the #right_column { margin-left:16px; } helps, but somewhere there is a width definition that needs to be less static. The forums squash things, and the login page just basically has 2 fields to fill out that are important.

    Just a little annoyance.
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    Default Re: make login screen dynamic width

    +1 here. It is a bit annoying. A fix would be welcome, if not too difficult...

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    consused wrote:
    > +1 here. It is a bit annoying. A fix would be welcome, if not too
    > difficult...


    +1 i've seen that also...but, i thought it was just my old Firefox..

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    Never seen that (but I have an extra wide screen).

    Anyway, work on a new bento theme for the entire openSUSE infrastructure is in progress. Stay tuned

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    Default Re: make login screen dynamic width

    We rely on the openSUSE web site login....forums don't have their own
    login page...we just use theirs.

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    Kim - 6/1/2010 8:36:30 AM

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    Default Re: make login screen dynamic width

    Quote Originally Posted by kgroneman View Post
    We rely on the openSUSE web site login....forums don't have their own
    login page...we just use theirs.

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    Kim - 6/1/2010 8:36:30 AM
    What's the best way to get something changed about this?
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    Default Re: make login screen dynamic width

    Hey dragonbite,

    >What's the best way to get something changed about this?


    mailto:webmaster@opensuse.org


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    Kim - 6/1/2010 11:27:31 AM

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    Default Re: make login screen dynamic width

    Thanks.. I just emailed my message.
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