Template talk:MarblePlate

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The only thing I don't like about this template is how it makes the text look blurry. Do you think there's a way to fix that and increase readability? --G/Upir Talk 00:33, 29 January 2011 (CET)

You can start a vote, or using IE8. Seriously, if you are the only one complaining about it, without offense.. I won't change it. I am happy to get some suggestions from you folks out there, but I can't do it right for everyone. So.. :) --Cliff Burton Marco 00:54, 29 January 2011 (CET)
I like the template but on Google Chrome the font is very very small and extremely hard to read... on Firefox, although larger the shadowy effect still makes it difficult to read. I don't use IE at all anymore but tried it out just to see how it looks,and yes it looks perfect with IE. I know I haven't read up on proper wiki rules or guidelines but I don't see why something like this needs to be voted on, nor do I think G/Upir was complaining, he was just stating a fact. Fact is, it's hard to read with Google Chrome and Firefox ;P --Miranda Dawn 22:39, 29 January 2011 (CET)
The font-size issue is a chrome bug, and there is no way right now to fix this from my side. Chrome handles this differently, and obviously Safari on Windows, too. Safari on Mac is fine. I also tested it on Opera and Firefox, both, Windows and Mac. Seems Chrome users will have to wait til Google fixes this. The text-shadow I won't argue. I saw it too on some new texts, which use the template. I removed that effect. --Cliff Burton Marco 23:01, 29 January 2011 (CET)

I noticed that (at least in my browser) long text rows went outside the marble plate. I replaced the div with a single-cell table, to make the marble box auto-adapt its width to the text. The width can still be set wider using the optional parameter. --deCarnacT·C 22:07, 27 December 2012 (CET)

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