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Debug bar and chrome

PostPosted: Fri May 24, 2013 3:50 pm
by debbbole
Hi :)

after i enabled debug for a remote site, i found a strange behaviour of the debug bar. This happens only using Chrome (version: 27.0.1453.94 m).
When i open a specific page of the site, hiding the debug bar doesn't hide its scroll bars. I attach a screenshot of the problem:

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On the page i'm using Google Maps Version 3 extension, and it seems the only difference between the page giving me the problem and the other pages of the site.

I tried to find the problem using chrome developer tools, and i found what you can see in the attachment 2 and 3. Seems like a css attribute problem:

2 - the css "problem"
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removing the overflow-y attributes seems to restore the correct view to the page and to the hidden debug bar:

3a - hidden debug bar
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I don't know how to really fix this: can you please help me? Ask me any question you thinl could be useful to understand the problem... :)

Re: Debug bar and chrome

PostPosted: Fri May 24, 2013 3:53 pm
by debbbole
Couldn't add this in the previous post: hope this helps too! :)

A screen of the debug bar opened and chrome developer tools showing the actual css properties.

3b - working opened debug bar with modified inline css
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Re: Debug bar and chrome

PostPosted: Fri May 24, 2013 7:57 pm
by Harm10
I can confirm your reported problem.
As the debug bar is working correctly on pages without Googlemaps V3 I think it is safe to assume that it has something to do with that extension.
I tried to check whether the Google code has a new version and found that the API seems to have changed (for instance offer an option of direct streetview).
I leave it to the author (I think it is Hans) to implement the new API and options.

For now I consider this problem to be minor. It only happens when you have debugging on and the debug bar is opened (so no problem when it is closed).
(And only in Chrome)

If you really want to edit the css you are pointing to you can find it in templates_internal/assets (debugbar.css).

Re: Debug bar and chrome

PostPosted: Mon May 27, 2013 11:56 am
by debbbole
Tnx for the help! :D