#281 Revert header

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opened 1 month ago by TheMainOne · 15 comments

Hello, I personally dislike the new header. It’s not smooth at all when refreshing and it looks like fonts that haven’t been rendered.

The old header was good as is. You don’t need to force yourself to look different from Gitea. In my opinion it looks worse now.

It would be better if it gets reverted.

Hello, I personally dislike the new header. It's not smooth at all when refreshing and it looks like fonts that haven't been rendered. The old header was good as is. You don't need to force yourself to look different from Gitea. In my opinion it looks worse now. It would be better if it gets reverted.
kreyren commented 1 month ago

FWIW i like the new logo and somewhat more eye-friendly background color, but i dislike the font and the number of menu items.

FWIW i like the new logo and somewhat more eye-friendly background color, but i dislike the font and the number of menu items.
TheMainOne commented 1 month ago
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I have no problem with the logo as well. My problem is the header and its fonts.

I have no problem with the logo as well. My problem is the header and its fonts.

the number of menu items.

That’s been there all along. In the old design, they would cover up the useful functions. I’ve filed an issue: #282.

> the number of menu items. That's been there all along. In the old design, they would cover up the useful functions. I've filed an issue: #282.

For what it’s worth, I’m actually against this. I prefer the more compact new header.

That being said, I have no idea why it’s rendering so badly in Firefox. In WebKit, it isn’t too bad (see attached).

Honestly, prior to this change, Codeberg seemed to be ruining Gitea’s native UI. Looks like they’re turning that around :-)

For what it's worth, I'm actually against this. I prefer the more compact new header. That being said, I have no idea why it's rendering so badly in Firefox. In WebKit, it isn't too bad (see attached). Honestly, prior to this change, Codeberg seemed to be ruining Gitea's native UI. Looks like they're turning that around :-)
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6543 commented 1 month ago
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I think this is also a dublicate of #235

I think this is also a dublicate of #235
TheMainOne commented 1 month ago
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Not really. My complaint was the change done to the header, not about the buttons of the header not being visible.

Not really. My complaint was the change done to the header, not about the buttons of the header not being visible.
hw commented 1 month ago
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[...] It’s not smooth at all when refreshing and it looks like fonts that haven’t been rendered. [...]

might be a caching issue in the browser? Can you purge/reload the browser cache?

> [...] It's not smooth at all when refreshing and it looks like fonts that haven't been rendered. [...] > might be a caching issue in the browser? Can you purge/reload the browser cache?
kreyren commented 1 month ago

FWIW this is on my end:

image

Where i just find the text size too big.

FWIW this is on my end: ![image](/attachments/f8581b72-5a28-4a2e-8ec9-1095b05dab5d) Where i just find the text size too big.
kreyren commented 1 month ago

FWIW proposed:
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FWIW proposed: ![image](/attachments/3140fd28-5d2a-46d5-a5dd-5ba8b6f3c79c)
hw commented 1 month ago
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FWIW this is on my end:

image

Where i just find the text size too big.

inconsistent assets in browser cache? Please purge+retry

> FWIW this is on my end: > > ![image](/attachments/f8581b72-5a28-4a2e-8ec9-1095b05dab5d) > > Where i just find the text size too big. inconsistent assets in browser cache? Please purge+retry
kreyren commented 1 month ago

image

Seems to work now, thanks! ^-^

![image](https://codeberg.org/attachments/4d5f0173-6534-48b7-b3da-5abae7cf38b2) Seems to work now, thanks! ^-^
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TheMainOne commented 1 month ago
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FWIW this is on my end:

image

Where i just find the text size too big.

inconsistent assets in browser cache? Please purge+retry

Unfortunately that didn’t fix for me. The issue is still present.

> > FWIW this is on my end: > > > > ![image](/attachments/f8581b72-5a28-4a2e-8ec9-1095b05dab5d) > > > > Where i just find the text size too big. > > inconsistent assets in browser cache? Please purge+retry Unfortunately that didn't fix for me. The issue is still present.
TheMainOne commented 4 weeks ago
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Oh nice, looks like the header is back to normal(?) It looks good to me now.

Oh nice, looks like the header is back to normal(?) It looks good to me now.
TheMainOne closed this issue 4 weeks ago
TheMainOne reopened this issue 4 weeks ago
TheMainOne commented 4 weeks ago
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Nevermind, the issue still persists. Changing links still have a weird animation

Nevermind, the issue still persists. Changing links still have a weird animation
kreyren commented 4 weeks ago

I’ve submitted https://codeberg.org/Codeberg/build-deploy-gitea/pulls/46

@TheMainOne There is a {grease,temper}monkey script on https://codeberg.org/Codeberg/build-deploy-gitea/issues/46#issuecomment-82250 that might fix the issue for you, please try ^-^

To deploy:

  1. Install either greasemonkey or tempermonkey browser extension
  2. Disable browser cache
  3. Add the script to the extension
  4. Reload https://codeberg.org

Note that this is just a proof-of-concept for the solution in https://codeberg.org/Codeberg/build-deploy-gitea/pulls/46

I've submitted https://codeberg.org/Codeberg/build-deploy-gitea/pulls/46 @TheMainOne There is a {grease,temper}monkey script on https://codeberg.org/Codeberg/build-deploy-gitea/issues/46#issuecomment-82250 that might fix the issue for you, please try ^-^ To deploy: 1. Install either greasemonkey or tempermonkey browser extension 2. Disable browser cache 3. Add the script to the extension 4. Reload https://codeberg.org Note that this is just a proof-of-concept for the solution in https://codeberg.org/Codeberg/build-deploy-gitea/pulls/46
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