[openbeos] Re: Trouble seeing the Website

  • From: "Niklas Nisbeth" <noisetonepause@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: openbeos@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2007 22:45:42 -0800 (PST)


As an avid mobile phone internet browser type, I think too many 
assumptions about resolution - or at least not providing a fallback for 
other types of devices - are bad.

Suppose that means I just volunteered for making an alternate 

> Miguel,
>       As I understand it, the minimum resolution for viewing haiku-os.org  
> is 1024x786. At resolutions below this, the right sidebar begins to  
> overlap with the "Get to Know Haiku" area. It is something that I  
> will suggest tweaking. Although, I have to admit, 800x600 is used by  
> less than 15% of the web population (many of whom aren't the target  
> audience). But, it always nice to be able to please all web users.
> On Jan 22, 2007, at 10:56 PM, Miguel Zúñiga wrote:
> > Speaking about the website, i went to the Haiku site at work. There  
> > all the machines have the impressive resolution of 800 x 600 px,  
> > and the OS that claims experience.
> >
> > First i tried with Mozilla Firefox: even with the browser window  
> > maximized, the content (Get to know Haiku, Introduction, FAQ,  
> > Development resources, etc.), overlaps the right part (Downloads,  
> > test images, Special Event, Tux, etc.). When i tried with M$  
> > Internet Explorer the right part is seen at the top, but the left  
> > and middle ones are shown below the right column. In other words,  
> > the left and middle parts are at the bottom, so they are displayed  
> > after the right part, all by itself above them.
> >
> > I know very few people have this hardware or screen resolution, but  
> > it would be great to be as nicely display everywhere as when i see  
> > haiku-os.org at home. I feel a little embarrased when writing this,  
> > because it might be happening just here, but i think it is better a  
> > quick look by the professionals, than more people viewing the site  
> > "funny".
> >
> > Thank you in advanced.
> >
> > Miguel Zúñiga González
> >
> >

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