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    Default Page jumping off the screen.

    Since yesterday the pages are not staying within the confines of my screen (1920x1200). At first they open normally, then jump so I have to use the slider to scroll back and forth. vB4 Default Style. Anyone else notice this? Don't have the problem anywhere else.

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    Default Re: Page jumping off the screen.

    Ummm, no such problems with this site on any of my computers. Does it do that with different browsers? Open with IE and then open the site with Firefox and see if it acts the same with both browsers.
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    Default Re: Page jumping off the screen.

    Happens to me as well, the right sidebar is also on the bottom of the page now.
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    Default Re: Page jumping off the screen.

    Yep, sidebar is at the bottom of the page. One time yesterday all I was getting was a page of html text.

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    Default Re: Page jumping off the screen.

    Does it in IE too.

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    Default Re: Page jumping off the screen.

    The sidebar double arrow that used to be on the top right of the page is now at the bottom left.

    If you toggle (click twice) on the arrows the page returns to normal width

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    Default Re: Page jumping off the screen.

    I noticed that, but it doesn't stay like that. The next page is again overblown, as is the same page if I return to it.

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    Default Re: Page jumping off the screen.

    Hi All,

    We are currently working on fixing the compromise and this has unfortunately meant that we have had to do a complete fresh re-install of the vBulletin, so unfortunately we have lost some of our modifications that we had made, which included the sidebar. We will be fixing these things over the coming days.

    I will do a post about the compromise separately to update everyone on the status.

    Thank you for your patience.

    Regards,
    Emily

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    Default Re: Page jumping off the screen.

    Thanks, Emily. Seems to be back to normal. Aren't computers wonderful?

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    Default Re: Page jumping off the screen.

    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Bradley View Post
    Thanks, Emily. Seems to be back to normal. Aren't computers wonderful?
    and aren't the malware people...um...not.

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