npm install -g n # Install n globally
n 0.10.33 # Install and use v0.10.33
$ git fetch
$ git checkout v0.7.x
$ git merge origin/v0.7.x
It was dissolved
I can relate to two of those lol.
In defense of the last guy - sometimes that's the only way to get across what's happening.
Is this a hint @julian ?
I'm still convinced @julian is trying to tell me something.
Nodebb no work, advise...
in this is post did anyone notice? image posted (maybe autofetch by link) by julian seems to be good fit, (yes! it's good for covering big images in post ) but on :hover it also should be a click-able only on "space" that image covering not full post or white blank space at right side!
hope you guyz get that....
@kartic Yes, we've noticed this in the past. It's due to the
.img-responsive class setting
Personally I think adding the
.img-responsive class is a bit heavy-handed. It doesn't really need to be added unless the picture is larger than the viewport or container width itself.
Unfortunately, applying a style based on image width is impossible in CSS
@julian max-width & media queries might be a possibility? Might need a lot of tweaking to get right though.
max-width might work, possibly as a class in vanilla that can be inherited by other themes...
^ 17 places where it is used, and we apply it to all images, even emoji, so that's why emoji plugins have this ugly ugly hack so they can be displayed inline.