Yet another technical update

April 6, 2005 | 5 comments
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We haven’t had any resource problems for the past several hours. I’m cautiously bringing the main index back online. If it starts to flare up again, I may have to go back to the barebones index.

5 Responses to Yet another technical update

  1. Ben H on April 6, 2005 at 5:00 pm

    Yow! On my Mac, running Safari, this is definitely not the same look as before! There is a nice sidebar space like before, only with nothing in it. Then the sidebar pretty much as before is shoved in beside the posts, not cramping the first one, but overlapping with part of the text of all the rest.

  2. Hanna on April 9, 2005 at 12:15 pm

    Ben H, you are not the only one. I am running Safari on my iBook and T&S suddenly became MUCH more difficult to navigate. I have to do some sneaky copy+paste before I can click on the “more” links to the posts.

  3. Kaimi on April 9, 2005 at 2:20 pm

    That’s very strange. I’ve gotten this comment from three people now. I haven’t changed a thing about the index. When our resource use spiked, I renamed index.php index1.php, and renamed index.default.php (the out of the box index) as index.php . When it stabilized, I switched back. This is exactly the same file.

    I turned off some plugins when we had the problem, and have since turned them back on.

    I’m really puzzled as to why it would look different. But, I’ll look into it.

  4. Kaimi on April 9, 2005 at 4:53 pm

    Okay, here’s a dumb question —

    I’ve got Windows at home and Windows at work. Umm, how exactly can I tell _what_ a page looks like in Safari? I don’t think that Safari runs in Windows (does it?).

    Is there a good Safari emulator out there? Anyone know? Or am I missing some other obvious way to fix Safari problems using my Windows machines?

  5. Hanna on April 9, 2005 at 10:12 pm

    I have no idea how well this will work on Windows, because, I, unlike Kaimi, have only Macs, but
    iCapture, purports to generate free snapshots of what your page looks like in Safari. Thanks for being willing to work on this!