Can we Pack the divs closer?

I find that i need about 5 mouse scrolls when navigating entire length of the page https://forums.opensuse.org/english/ using forum style openSUSE-CMS . I need only 4 mouse scrolls when is switch to VB4 default style.
The green theme is good and icons are also better but divs need to be thinner.The same can be stated for the pages containing the threads too.

Depends on the width of your window. I can scroll down thh whole in two times running my finger over the wheel.

i understand. I can change the scroll settings in seamonkey and scroll the entire page in a single scroll but that would more like watching scenery from a moving car or train at 100+kmph /60+mph. Breezy :slight_smile:
I have a basic monitor 19inches diagonal and at 1360x768 resolution and if i place the “How To/FAQ Forums” at the tog edge of the browser(regular not maximised using f11 or minimizing all toolbars except address bar) i can see until “64bit” forum in this page https://forums.opensuse.org/english/ using openSUSE theme
But i can see upto Wireless if i use the VB4 theme. That is huge difference in real estate :slight_smile:
screens
http://i.imgur.com/YTbIal.png](Imgur: The magic of the Internet)
http://i.imgur.com/va638l.png](Imgur: The magic of the Internet)

On Fri, 07 Dec 2012 03:06:01 +0000, vazhavandan wrote:

> That is huge difference in real estate :slight_smile:

You might have a look at stylish (a browser plugin) to tweak it. If we
tweaked it for everyone who wanted something shifted a little bit, a
button moved, or some other little tweak, we’d drive ourselves crazy. :slight_smile:

(I don’t know that it’s something we can easily change, as I recall, we
use the openSUSE CSS, so it’s not necessarily something we can easily
tweak anyways)

Jim


Jim Henderson
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i can imagine that . There are a huge bunch of rules concerning logo itself as seen here

On Fri, 07 Dec 2012 05:06:01 +0000, vazhavandan wrote:

> hendersj;2509170 Wrote:
>> so it’s not necessarily something we can easily
> i can imagine that . There are a huge bunch of rules concerning logo
> itself as seen ‘here’ (https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Artwork_brand)

Yep. The advantage of using something like Stylish (or Greasemonkey for
that matter) is that you can tailor the CSS to meet your needs.

Jim

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