Quick Reply (4chrome) bug

About: 4chan - Minimalistic Mayhem
edited July 2010 in Style Reviews
No matter where you are on the page, clicking Quick Reply places it at the top of the page.

Then when OP is quoted, if you click Quick Reply then hover over someone that quotes OP, this happens.
EDIT: Nevermind, this is an actual bug with 4chrome.

I'm currently trying to get 4chrome working with my style, and you're one of the only styles that have has support for it.
At the moment though I'm trying to get rid of a double border that is happening on hovered replies and have no idea why.

Keep up the good work!


  • Ok, thanks for the report; I fixed it.
    You can update it now!
  • Oh by the way, if you want to get rid of the bug that 4chrome has (the 2nd image i showed you) you can get rid of it yourself using CSS.

    Not sure if you have actually come across the error, but it happens to me. Let me know if when you add this it affects anything else.

    A + DIV.postblock > DIV.reply {
    display: none !important;

    Just finished going through that awful 4chrome code and managed to get my style to work 100% (I needed to specify DIV[class="reply"]:not([id="watcher"]):not([id="tw"] because it would interfere with 4chan extension for Firefox).

    May I suggest that you perhaps style the buttons in the postarea and pages table? Just if you wanted to get that 'completeness' of the style. Up to you though.
  • Ok, I just found out how to reproduce that bug. I added the fix, thanks.

    Which buttons exactly?
    I'll change the quick reply/report/thread expand to something more visible.
  • I was talking about the Submit and Choose File buttons (post area), along with the Previous and Next buttons (pages).

    In regards to the 4chrome buttons (report/quick reply/etc.), something more visible would probably be better suited on the darker background.

    Good to see you are updating the style with these fixes. I'll continue to check up on this style to make sure everything works for you and report bugs, heh.
  • 4chrome buttons updated.
    I also updated the sticky/closed icons.

    I'll see what I can do with the other buttons.
    Thanks for the encouragements!
  • I can't style the chose file button, so I left the buttons in the post form unchanged to keep a homogeneous style.
    Yet I've changed and restyled a bit the previous/next buttons and pages.
  • If you take a look at my style, you'll find that you actually can style the file button.

    /* Chrome File Text */
    INPUT[name="upfile"] {
    font: 12px Calibri !important;
    color: #909090 !important;
    margin: 0px !important;

    /* Chrome File Button */
    INPUT[type="file"]::-webkit-file-upload-button {
    -webkit-appearance: none !important;
    font: 10px Calibri !important;
    color: #909090 !important;
    text-transform: uppercase !important;
    background: #151515 !important;
    border: 1px solid #909090 !important;

    Then it's pretty much the same for the Submit button.

    Also, http://img691.imageshack.us/img691/8800/minimalchrome.jpg
    shows that with the captcha, the rules are now misaligned, well for me anyway. Not sure if you get that.
  • Oh thanks, I did not paid enough attention. I'm gonna work on it then.

    Rules are still correctly aligned for me.
  • Updated.
    Changed the buttons and the text areas at the same time, feels great man.
    I changed the pages navigation once again to something more minimalistic, and with better colors.
    Any feedback?
  • Looking all good, just glad to help you complete the style.

    Nothing else to really comment on, seems pretty finished. Good work. :)
  • Thanks,
    I just updated to add few improvements:
    The style won't affect rules/faq and other URLs like those,
    When you're watching a single picture in a tab, zoom-in/out will be smooth,
    Transparent expanded pictures will not show their thumbnail behind.
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