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Old 4th March 2016, 07:58 PM   #1981
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That's the phone's navigation 'buttons'.

Any idea why the track length and progress times overlay each other? A browser refresh does (temporarily) fix it.
Hi,

I have a viewport simulator add-in for Safari and I've never been able to repro this using various mobile screen resolutions. It's probably rooted in CSS but without a repro, almost impossible to know where to start.

(1) What is exact model of the phone?
(2) Is the nav bar fixed or can it be auto-hidden?

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Old 4th March 2016, 07:59 PM   #1982
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That's the phone's navigation 'buttons'.

Any idea why the track length and progress times overlay each other? A browser refresh does (temporarily) fix it.
I too have noticed this problem.
And one way to make sure it happens again is to go to the library tab, make any modificatiin there and then go back to the playback tab...
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Old 4th March 2016, 08:08 PM   #1983
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Hi,

I have a viewport simulator add-in for Safari and I've never been able to repro this using various mobile screen resolutions. It's probably rooted in CSS but without a repro, almost impossible to know where to start.

(1) What is exact model of the phone?
(2) Is the nav bar fixed or can it be auto-hidden?

Regards,
Tim
Tim,
I think it's a bug that manifests across all android devices as i reproduce it on all of my android devices (samsung phone and tablet and htc phone)...
I wish i could be of more help...
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Old 4th March 2016, 08:21 PM   #1984
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Hi,

I have a viewport simulator add-in for Safari and I've never been able to repro this using various mobile screen resolutions. It's probably rooted in CSS but without a repro, almost impossible to know where to start.

(1) What is exact model of the phone?
(2) Is the nav bar fixed or can it be auto-hidden?

Regards,
Tim
Sometimes the same problem with iphone 6 and safari
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Old 4th March 2016, 09:07 PM   #1985
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about the covers...

yes they work on default settings.

They stop showing in a particular condition (modding mpd.conf).
I need more info and need to compare with the old version, will report next days. So don't mind for now.
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Old 4th March 2016, 09:27 PM   #1986
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@hajj, @philrandal, @meldano

Feel free to give this a try:

In the files
- /var/www/css/panels.css
- /var/www/themes/alizarin/panels.css

add the line
- height: 180px;

to the selector
- #timeknob

Example:

#timeknob {
position: relative;
padding: 30px 0 13px;
margin-top: 10px;
height: 180px;
}

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Tim
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Old 4th March 2016, 09:52 PM   #1987
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I too have noticed this problem.
And one way to make sure it happens again is to go to the library tab, make any modificatiin there and then go back to the playback tab...
I have had this problem all time
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I have had this problem all time
moOde 2.3 on iPad 4 and Chrome
Hi Jorgen,

Try Moode 2.5 and let me know if issue remains.

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Old 5th March 2016, 02:22 AM   #1989
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Hi,

This procedure might work for Pi-3. Extract kernel from new Pi-3 compatible Raspbian Jessie and then install it on a TEST Moode image. Its been a long time since I've used this, and I don't have Pi-3 to test with so YMMV. Rpi-update already has the Pi-3 commits in its "next" branch :-)

NOTE: there may be settings in cmdline.txt and config.sys txt that need to be migrated to Moode so best to save copies of these files from new Jessie image.

download Raspbian Jessie 2016-02-26 image
https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspbian/

ssh to Raspbian

tar -zcf bootfiles.tar.gz /boot --exclude '.*' --exclude 'cmdline.txt' --exclude 'config.txt'
tar -zcf libfirmware.tar.gz /lib/firmware
tar -zcf libmodules.tar.gz /lib/modules

cp *.gz to external storage

ssh to Moode
cp *.gz from external storage to home dir

cd /

rm -rf lib/modules lib/firmware

tar xfz ~/libmodules.tar.gz
tar xfz ~/libfirmware.tar.gz
tar xfz ~/bootfiles.tar.gz

sync
halt

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Tim
Tim,
That respond was fast.

Thanks for your post for PI-3. My PI-3 are on preorder, so no sure when they will be shipped to me.

Will look for to see if others can try this.
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@hajj, @philrandal, @meldano

Feel free to give this a try:

In the files
- /var/www/css/panels.css
- /var/www/themes/alizarin/panels.css

add the line
- height: 180px;

to the selector
- #timeknob

Example:

#timeknob {
position: relative;
padding: 30px 0 13px;
margin-top: 10px;
height: 180px;
}

Regards,
Tim
Many thanks Tim, that seems to have fixed it.
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