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Another problem: the skins page is serving files listed under the "Program Icons" tab as BMP files when in fact they are ICO files.

Edit: http://forum.utorrent.com/viewtopic.php?id=56909

The Google CSE at the top of the website is broken, which causes problems in the µTorrent search toolbar as well when gui.bypass_search_redirect is set to false and using the default Google search engine.

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Hello Everyone,,,

I have this minor notice since you updated the design of the site with µtorrent internal port-checker. I have been running µtorrent through our nation-wide proxy and everything is working fine including the port-checker which i run to test occasionally to make sure everything is up and running.

Now since the update of the site design; it couldn't connect then few days ago it states i am behind a proxy configuration which wasn't the case before, as i stated earlier .

I used to run the port checker from time to time, to test everything is stable but now i can't check anymore, although i didn't change anything from my side.

Thank you all,

The New Site Design is more than acceptable and even more professional.


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It likely could be fixed (I recall telling Firon exactly the fix), but I can't remember off the top of my head. Had to do with the div clearer somewhere up there.

Edit: Ah, found it more quickly than I was expecting...

[16:02:35] <@Ultima> icleolion: regarding the forum looking b0rked on IE7, it's because of the clearing float

[16:03:17] <@Ultima> <div class="clearer"></div>

[16:04:23] <@Ultima> removing it does you no good (it'll mess up the layout). getting rid of the style defined in base.css for .pun .clearer fixes it on IE, but I'm not sure if it breaks other browsers

[16:30:59] <@Ultima> ... I don't have enough experience with cross-browser rendering issues to know which browsers (if any) would be affected by [that] change ...


[22:53:11] <@Ultima> [18:09:41] <@Ultima> Firon: in imports/base.css, line 23, comment out .pun .clearer so that the line is something like /*.pun .clearer,*/ .pun .nosize {

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