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Lewis P
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Do you have a screenshot? It's possibly just a class I've missed somewhere.



Still, for a quick fix: ACP -> Look and Feel -> Edit Prostripe HTML/CSS -> Board Index -> hookGalleryRecentImages and then click on Revert above the textarea.




To be honest, I don't know. I'd guess it would just be a case of copying the HTML and relevant CSS over to the IP.Board skin, but I don't honestly feel like trying it right now.




When you get time? Basically it will fix the primary navigation bar issue if I will move the search button up and will utilize unused space on the top. We have gallery, blogs, chat, subscription, etc bars in primary navigation and with members having low resolution it gets all messy. If you can help in fixing it that would be great.

Thank you.
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Fixed the top part but search is still messed up in Chrome.

Edit:

Fixed it.

ACP -> Look and Feel -> Edit ProStripe Templates & CSS. Open up Global Templates -> globalTemplate and find

		<if test="cssOverride:|:$this->memberData['userAgentKey'] == 'firefox' || $this->memberData['userAgentKey'] == 'explorer'">

		<!-- Firefox and IE CSS Overrides. Shouldn't be necessary -->

		<style type='text/css'>

			/* Member Bar */

			#member_bar_links{ overflow: hidden; }

			/* Search Bar */

			#search_bar_container input.submit_input{

				-moz-border-radius: 5px;

				padding: 0;

			}

			#search_bar_container input.submit_input:hover{ background-position: 50%; }

		</style>

		</if>

Immediately after that, paste this below.

		<if test="cssOverride:|:$this->memberData['userAgentKey'] == 'chrome'">

                <!-- Chrome CSS Overrides. Shouldn't be necessary -->

		<style type='text/css'>

			/* Member Bar */

			#member_bar_links li.membername a img.optsarrow{

				float: right;

				margin: -18px -5px 0 0;

			}

			/* Search Bar */

			#search_bar_container input.submit_input{

				float: right;

				padding: 0;

				margin-right: -2px;

			}

		</style>

		</if>

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