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Bradley Kuhn (bkuhn) - 8 years ago 2014-11-08 22:04:22
Convert these TODOs back into useful TODOs.
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@@ -11,25 +11,14 @@ Random TODOs related to the Wiki and infrastructure:
* look into lstlisting to see if we can do code highlighting or otherwise
  better presentation of it in HTML.
* Brand mailman page with header, etc.
Hopeless Issues:

* logo clipped by a few pixels on the right in Firefox, but goes away at certain magnifications, not present in Chromium. Seems related to svg. Getting rid of the svg and just always displaying bitmap fixes.
* SVG file needs additional pixels on edges to avoid
  [clipping](  The
  banner on the front page is now a PNG, but we have an SVG of it, but
  someone needs to bad the SVG file, as [[users/wolftune|wolftune]] argues
  that this is the manner to address the issue.

   * I think the above was merely a width/height setting issue, which appears fixed now.  Can you confirm?
* Verify that the header and footer space on various pages look fine on small
  screen devices, and if not, propose changes to the templates to make sure
  it looks good.

      * It isn't fixed. Seems Firefox has some long term problems with unwanted SVG [clipping]( I will try to reproduce and file.
      * I gave up and did this.  I don't get why <svg> doesn't work.  WTF?
        It worked in every browser I tested.
    * The answer is definitely to make the file have some small couple pixel margin around the logo in the svg file (or any other file). There's no real downside to that, as it might just look better that way anyway. There are minor zoom issues with clipping even for png files if they have no margin.

I think this is a WONT_FIX:

* fixed position/never scrolling header and footer wastes space, apparent on long page like <>

   * I'm going to ask Karen what she thinks about this.  I don't really care,
     and wonder if it's better that way for branding.  I'll leave it as is
     for now.

      * Make sure you look on a small screen device.
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