On 2009-09-25 04:46, NoOp wrote: > Probably not the proper groups to report this on, but what the heck. > > The "new & improved" http://www.mozilla.org/ web page pushes out the > SeaMonkey project when viewed from a 1024x768 monitor. Basically the > cute little section showing "Our Projects" only shows Firefox and > Thunderbird & you need to click the '1 of 3' right arrow to get to > SeaMonkey. > This doesn't occur if you are viewing with a 1280x1024 screen; that > shows Firefox, Thunderbird, and SeaMonkey '1 of 2' right arrow.
Uh, there are arrows? Right, after switching of JS there are. Without JS you can see a few pixels of the other projects if you're attentive. Using JS for core functionality as opposed to fancy additional stuff is something that really bugs me. > Perhaps some of the SeaMonkey folks in power positions can put a little > pressure on webmas...@mozilla.org to resize the "Our Projects" box to > ensure that SeaMonkey is present on *all* screensizes? How? Move the Community Ticker? I'm all for showing off SeaMonkey more, but next the Bugzilla people also want to get on the screen always and then ... Juergen _______________________________________________ support-seamonkey mailing list email@example.com https://lists.mozilla.org/listinfo/support-seamonkey