Web interface & Firefox

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  • #625
    CCRDude
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    I finally have a NAS again and installed the latest Firefly nightly. The orange really gives the web interface a nice touch – if you see it at all! Because on Firefox, the interface is just displayed as, well… crap 😉

    #6557
    fizze
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    then your version of firefox is most likely horribly outdated 😉

    it sure renders nicely with my FF.

    #6558
    rpedde
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    @CCRDude wrote:

    I finally have a NAS again and installed the latest Firefly nightly. The orange really gives the web interface a nice touch – if you see it at all! Because on Firefox, the interface is just displayed as, well… crap 😉

    version/platform?

    #6559
    CCRDude
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    @fizze: if my Firefox is horribly outdated (1.5.0.7 and 2.0 beta 2, Win), I probably forgot to step into the time machine this morning 😛


    @rpedde
    : svn-1376 on Debian stable.

    edit: here’s a screenshot

    #6560
    fizze
    Participant

    *cough* javascript? *cough* 😉

    #6561
    CCRDude
    Participant

    Yes I know what Javascript is, and I remember that Ron was going in that ugly direction 😛 (though I see absoutely Zero sense in putting that much layout into JS) But Javascript is enabled of course, and even though I have NoScript, the server is explicitely allowed in Noscript. And the Firefox JavaScript Console does not show a single error.

    So what exactly did you wanted to tell me by coughing that word? 😉

    #6562
    [email protected]
    Participant

    Your web interface isn’t picking up the Javascripts or the CSS Styles for some reason.
    A Ctrl+F5 sorted mine out.

    The stylesheet and Javascripts are linked to from the included file hdr.html
    See: optsharemt-daapdadmin-root

    #6563
    CCRDude
    Participant

    I can refresh as often as I want without a change, I also cleared the complete cache.

    Well, maybe it’s time for a newer svn version…

    #6564
    [email protected]
    Participant

    AFAIK, svn-1376 is the latest.

    Have you tried re-starting the server?

    #6565
    rpedde
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    @CCRDude wrote:

    I can refresh as often as I want without a change, I also cleared the complete cache.

    Well, maybe it’s time for a newer svn version…

    that looks very strange. Like a cvs version pointing at a 0.2.4 web root, or a 0.2.4 server pointing at a cvs web root, or something crazy like that.

    Or maybe there are a whole bunch of files missing…

    did you do a regular compile/install, or did you use the debian/rules to build a package?

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