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Post #767576 - Reply to (#767572) by bhui
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6:50 am, Feb 23 2019
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I was just wondering. Because most layouts choose to let div-boxes slide together into one column if width gets small enough.

(Good example would be the browsers built-in zoom activating this at higher Zoom-Levels.)

Originally I had it doing that, but it's not a great experience. I could still have the smallest view do that... I'll do some testing.

Post #767577 - Reply to (#767560) by bhui
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So, to me, the 14px was definitely jarring for a few days but I quickly got used to it. I really want the larger font. The smaller font is very hard to read (I'm getting older you know!)

Post #767578 - Reply to (#767574) by bhui
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I'm referring to the List view table not being a table for example:

https://www.mangaupdates.com/mylist.html
"Here you can keep track of the manga you've read, the manga you're reading, and the manga you want to read."

Right. What specifically don't you like about it? Just the fact that it's not a table anymore?

Post #767579 - Reply to (#767547) by Transdude1996
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Pulling up the site on my computer makes the site look like it's you're zoomed in by 10%.

It is very jarring, but you'll get used to it in a day or two, and I think you'll prefer it. Let me know if I'm wrong.

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Post #767588
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Everything is....big!

I think you're right tho Manick, people will get used to this. I always thought that this website was smaller than average anyway.

I do not mind. Yes it's jarring and everything seem stretched but I think I will get used to it pretty quickly.

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As a long-time user and scanlator, I too preferred it when it was of a smaller font size. What's most jarring about it is when I switch from any other website using a normal font size to suddenly it being zoomed in now on this site. Like, I'm browsing r/manga or mangadex and then switch to here, and bam, it's just weird. I don't think that sense of discontinuity is ever going to go away if this stays like this. Is it not possible to add a user preference to change it to old MU, kinda like how reddit does old reddit?

Even if not, there are a couple other things. I find it kind of ironic that the site is now slightly zoomed in and yet categories on series' pages that have no votes are now comically tiny, unless you click on Vote these categories, and then they're all comically large. And even cats that have a few votes I still feel are smaller than they used to be.

Also, I liked it better with the rating system allowing me to see how many votes a particular rating received instead of just a percentage of those votes. Yes, it's possible to manually calculate the vote total for a certain rating because the total count is still there, but I'd rather not want to pull up a calculator if I can help it.

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12:18 pm, Feb 23 2019
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I'm not sure I understand.
Instead of making separate mobile version of site, you're just making normal version look bad so it looks better on phones?

Post #767592 - Reply to (#767589) by Juhachi
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I made myself a user script limiting the body-width to 919px, and setting font size of body and html to 12px. I also removed the padding in the manga lists.

Much better.

Though I probably will also try to remove text truncation in some places (like genres), because it's annoying.
https://www.mangaupdates.com/series.html?stype=utf8title& search=Naruto&display=list

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12:36 pm, Feb 23 2019
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Text truncation in some Lists is really annoying.
https://www.mangaupdates.com/series.html?stype=utf8title& search=Naruto&display=list

Where the genres truncated before? These Lists derive their use from being able to see lots of information without using up too much screen real estate.

Post #767594 - Reply to (#767591) by wrona
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12:38 pm, Feb 23 2019
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Google hates sites without mobile css. They don't hate tables for tabular information though. I think.

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2:07 pm, Feb 23 2019
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Are there missing entries in "My Previously Added Releases"?

Post #767597 - Reply to (#767596) by bhui
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Are there missing entries in "My Previously Added Releases"?

There shouldn't be. Are you missing some?

Post #767598 - Reply to (#767579) by Manick
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It is very jarring, but you'll get used to it in a day or two, and I think you'll prefer it. Let me know if I'm wrong.

Instead of telling everyone "just get used to it", why not make it an option on the user control panel to allow users to enlarge and shrink the text on the site? That way, everyone is happy.

Also, editing posts screws up the bar on the right side of the screen now.

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It looks no more compatible with my current web browser version. More like way too wide, untidy, unsettled. For me it is not very user-friendly. Considering for a retirement "homely" page, current design surely a shockwave change.

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