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    Hi all,

    I have just upgraded the forums to version 4.2. If you run into any new problems or bugs on the board, please let me know about them by posting in this thread.
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    Hello webmaster,
    i have dealt with a problem with numbering the code and chrome.In link below a solution seems to be found
    PLEASE click me :P

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    The icon that shows on Chrome's tab is no longer the red "C++" - it's the vBulletin icon.

    >> i have dealt with a problem with numbering the code and chrome.
    This can be worked around in the meantime by installing the "Stylebot" extension - click the "Edit CSS" button and paste this in:
    Code:
    .syntaxhighlighter table td.gutter .line {
        padding: 0 0em 0 1em ;
        text-align: right ;
    }
    Thanks to stevesmithx for the "fix" in the above link.

    gg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Codeplug
    The icon that shows on Chrome's tab is no longer the red "C++" - it's the vBulletin icon.
    For Firefox 16.0.1 on my computer it is still the red "C++".
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    In case it helps narrow it down: Opera v12.02 shows the vbulletin icon as well.

    [edit] (While I don't use it, a quick check of IE9 shows the correct icon in the tab)
    Last edited by Matticus; 10-21-2012 at 10:12 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laserlight View Post
    For Firefox 16.0.1 on my computer it is still the red "C++".
    On my Firefox 16.0.1 (OS: Lubuntu) I also get the vBulletin icon.

    Going to http://cboard.cprogramming.com/favicon.ico confirms this.

    What do you get?

    Bye, Andreas

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    Ok, I've just tested the link with Chrome (which I don't use that often) and first I've got the C++ icon.

    But after a forced refresh (CTRL-R) I get the vBulletin icon.

    Bye, Andreas

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    Well, force refresh does nothing to change that for me on Firefox.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndiPersti View Post
    But after a forced refresh (CTRL-R) I get the vBulletin icon.
    Quote Originally Posted by laserlight View Post
    Well, force refresh does nothing to change that for me on Firefox.
    Probably because CBoard is on a CDN, and the latest update hasn't entirely propagated through it.
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    is there any plan to fix the line numbering bug in chrome? it has been going on for many weeks, and solutions have been offered, but not implemented.
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    bump?!

    can we get a response from the webmaster on the line numbering in chrome?

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    Btw, the icon is still not back.
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    Sorry guys, I've been traveling for the last few days--I'll take a look at fixing this as soon as I get the chance, hopefully by this weekend. Thanks for reporting the issues!

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    O_o

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    I'm going to do more checking here to see if I stuffed up a setting on my end, but I hate to say that such seems unlikely because I never stuff around with the settings.
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    I can't get the normal page view on my Android. I always get the "mobile" view. That wouldn't be an issue really, but the mobile view is ugly as sin itself and has a few display bugs that the normal page view doesn't.

    I could get the normal page view before the update.

    It isn't like a huge issue or anything, but bug reports are bug reports.

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    Please don't tell me the forced "mobile" view is a feature!?

    That's nefarious!
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