Hello, I have a strange problem with steamdb in Firefox (had it for a while actually).
This is how GTA V page looks for me in FF. All clean and tidy (using GTA V page only as an example, there are many pages that look fine).
And this is how Rust page looks for me in FF. All ugly and messy (using Rust page only as an example, there are many pages that look broken).
Any ideas how to fix that? Tried restarting FF with extensions disabled, clearing FF cache, etc.
Everything works fine in Chrome.
You're the second person to report this, but I'm unable to reproduce this.
EDIT: Looks like this happens when you zoom in?
No, I just cropped my screenshots :)
FF version is the latest 43.0.2 (but like I mentioned earlier I've had the problem for 2-3 months at least). I can give you the list of my extensions (but again as I mentioned in the first post, restarting FF with extensions disabled doesn't help, neither does clearing FF cache).
Please, tell me what info do you need to try to reproduce the bug.
I was only able to reproduce this when I zoomed in on the page, so I'm guessing this is actually a firefox bug, since it doesn't happen in other browsers.
Yeah, most likely it is. I'll just use Chrome for steamdb from now on.
Is it only by coincidence that this happens when the Box Model has a period in the number
I found the layout to mess up when zooming in, the algorithm gives a widthXheight along the lines of 274.228 x 274.228
But, I continued zooming, and the layout returned to it's functional position when the result was a simple full number like 1697x917
Do u have enhanced-steam addon ?
It's not running properly on Firefox .
We have to wait a while until it will work properly.
Maybe check other addons that might interfere.
It might not be relevant ,just a thought.
What are you doing here? ^^
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