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Topic: Website login not displaying correctly

Here's a screenshot (1280x1024) http://yfrog.com/5eenanobadp of the problem.

You will see the window on the RHS, behind the front window (which is greyed out) shows as un-greyed.
You will also see that the cute little drop-down dialogue which asks for Username & Password has picked up some image/text from the top part of the website.  Also, that it does not shoe the login fields.

This is wirh Enano 1.06pl1.  My browser is Firefox 3.0.13 on Ubuntu 9.04 with the wiggly windows stuff enabled (is that Compriz? or Beryl or something like that?).

Also this occurs for the secondary login to Administer the site, though I can workaround this by telling enano that I want to edit the sidebars, logging-in & then Administering it.

The installation went without a hitch on a shared (cPanel) host.

There's nothing on the site, as yet, and am happy to provide login details so this may be checked by others (on other systems).

I hope you are able to assist me with this issue as logging in is a pretty important thing!

YES! you have caught me out, I was able to login a couple of times but there seems to me no consistency to whether I get the 'good' or the 'un-usable' login windlet.

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Re: Website login not displaying correctly

Well!!
It now seems to be working OK WRT the above issue.  Perhaps my host has been playing with some settings.
FWIW the phpinfo file is here: http://img185.imageshack.us/i/enanobad.pdf/

There is another issue though which I will post separately.

Re: Website login not displaying correctly

Ahh, well now I know your Enano version. Responded in the wrong order smile

I've seen the ghosting effect like that under Linux before on my Ubuntu Jaunty tablet PC with Intel i915 graphics, but it's never stuck for me (e.g. the fields have always shown up). I don't know whether to feel proud or sheepish that I've confused your video drivers using nothing but Javascript. Then again, you know how video drivers were in Jaunty.

Either way, I would say it's undoubtedly a browser/rendering engine bug, and while I haven't seen the exact effect before, I can say it does make a statement about maybe my eyecandy going a bit too extreme. All in the name of great experience for those with non-buggy video drivers, I guess. For the record, you can middle-click the login link to get an HTML login screen.

Glad you were able to get it resolved. Post back if it craps out again, I'll see if I can reproduce it. Thanks much for the screenshot, you made it a lot easier for me to figure out what was going on.

--Dan