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The "Cars" section should be renamed to "Standard cars" and Rotor should be moved to it said section.
As for Shocker, it should be moved to a new section called "Console cars" since this car is exclusive to the Dreamcast and Playstation port of the game.
Sorry for grammar, i'm french and dysphasia.
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Hello.

On the Final Fantasy Customs page the Final Fantasy VIII section is listed on the bottom of the page under the Miscellaneous section rather than between Final Fantasy III and Final Fantasy IX.
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I went to add a new game to the PC section on TSR. I don't know if this is an after-effect of the recent width adjustment feature, but as I was filling out the Title field, the page kept jiggling left and right with each keystroke.
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(08-01-2020, 07:29 PM)Παρατηρητής Wrote: I went to add a new game to the PC section on TSR. I don't know if this is an after-effect of the recent width adjustment feature, but as I was filling out the Title field, the page kept jiggling left and right with each keystroke.

I'm not seeing this in any attempt to reproduce the issue. Maybe try clearing your cache? If you can figure out the cause, let me know and I'll take a look.
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(08-01-2020, 08:17 PM)Petie Wrote:
(08-01-2020, 07:29 PM)Παρατηρητής Wrote: I went to add a new game to the PC section on TSR. I don't know if this is an after-effect of the recent width adjustment feature, but as I was filling out the Title field, the page kept jiggling left and right with each keystroke.

I'm not seeing this in any attempt to reproduce the issue. Maybe try clearing your cache? If you can figure out the cause, let me know and I'll take a look.

I think it was because I dialled the width up to 98%. I reset it to 85% and the jiggling didn't happen. I'll test the other percentages inbetween.

86% - Nope.
87% - Nope.
88% - Nope.
89% - Nope.
90% - Nope.
91% - Nope.
92% - Nope.
93% - Nope.
94% - Nope.
95% - Nope.
96% - Nope.
97% - Nope.
98% - Yep. And I cleared the cache too.

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99% - Yep.
100% - Yep again.

98% and up on my system causes any filling of a mandatory field to summon and desummon the vertical scroll bar, as if a certain amount of text has been entered that necessitates the need for the scroll bar to appear. It doesn't occur when typing in the comment box.
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Thanks for the extensive testing. I'm sure it has something to do with the proximity of the edge of the content to the edge of your browser window but I have tried everything I could think of to reproduce the issue and can't make it happen. Honestly, it doesn't even make sense since it's a single-line text box so there's no way for its contents to cause the page's height to change. There is some JavaScript that fires when form elements are changed but nothing in that code should be affecting height and in my testing, it's not doing anything at all with the name field on the add game page.

Do you have an ad blocker enabled? If so, can you try in a different browser or with the ad blocker disabled? I've seen odd events caused when an ad blocker interferes with things it shouldn't but I don't know that's what's going on here even if you do have one installed and enabled. The only thing that's clear so far is that something is causing the page's height to extend beyond the visible height of your browser which is causing a scrollbar to appear and therefore shift the content of the page over slightly. What exactly is causing that or why it's only happening at large widths is beyond me at the moment though.
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Yeah, it was adblock. Which I've had to re-enable because of Trump-related adverts cropping up when I don't even go near anything to do with it. But that's it's own story.

I've left it at 97% since that's the last integer where things don't happen.
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