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    @Dana W; Let me see if there is an update for that module, I know that other website owners complained that it was not working properly, so let me see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve View Post
    @Dana W; Let me see if there is an update for that module, I know that other website owners complained that it was not working properly, so let me see.
    It's appreciated. Just thought you'd like to know. It's not like I can't live with it though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana W View Post
    It's appreciated. Just thought you'd like to know. It's not like I can't live with it though.
    Looks like the module has not been updated and the author of it is no longer doing active development for it either. I'll have to find a workaround, I agree that having it collapse for only one page is a bug.

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    That's really an issue of the minimum width of the website and no so much about the sidebar module. There's not much I can do about the module, the developer has quit doing updates for now so we'll have to find someone to fix this I suppose and pay them. Otherwise, I turned off the ability to collapse (as it didn't work anyhow) and that should speed up the pageload a little bit and it takes away the collapse/expand button, so that gives back a couple of extra pixels of width anyhow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve View Post
    Looks like the module has not been updated and the author of it is no longer doing active development for it either. I'll have to find a workaround, I agree that having it collapse for only one page is a bug.

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    That's really an issue of the minimum width of the website and no so much about the sidebar module. There's not much I can do about the module, the developer has quit doing updates for now so we'll have to find someone to fix this I suppose and pay them. Otherwise, I turned off the ability to collapse (as it didn't work anyhow) and that should speed up the pageload a little bit and it takes away the collapse/expand button, so that gives back a couple of extra pixels of width anyhow.
    Yeah, I caught that today. Like I said, it's only an issue on the laptop, but it isn't so much that the sidebar won't stay hidden, it's squeezing out the "Last Post" button on the new threads list when the other stuff in that column are long.

    If I drop my browser (chrome) magnification to 100% from 125% I can hit the last post button on all of them though, so I have a work-around.

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