This url of the link was with slug also, when I removed the english slug in brower, it was ok, but if the slug is Chinese and I removed, I got error.
I run it on parallels with ubuntu server for my macbook.
It's a repo that git clone forked from nodebb.
[nodebb-plugin-unresponsive] Unresponsive design
The way that NodeBB's responsive design works has irritated some of our users, so we came up with a plugin to allow users to effectively disable it.
The biggest complaint was getting the small / mobile composer view when the browser's window went below ~1000px.
@NedFodder Whoops, my FF (v44) is out of date.
innerTextwas supposed to be added back in March (v45). I'll update to v46 and test again...
@NedFodder Not sure what's going on. Looks like a translator failure? Here I have Chrome / FF. Though maybe there's a better way than innerText?
Neat! I'm kind of disappointed that a plugin had to be made to downgrade a part of NodeBB, but that's the beauty of open-source
to downgrade a part of NodeBB
Well, that's in the eye of the beholder.
See my second post, innerText should be fine on FF v45+.
Yeah, but it's apparently nonstandard. I just didn't know any better. Seems like
textContentis what you're supposed to use.
Updated to v0.1.1, should work on that old FF now.
For now, at least, it's disabled when the user picks a custom skin, because it works my changing CSS sheets and the skins come from a different domain, so cross origin policies prevent the ability to modify them.
This is growing and becoming a stylish front end. v0.3.0: