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Rustynz

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  1. I hate how it does this, I had to give a third party specialist admin access to the site and they started getting all of our sales emails. Like WTF? Come on… how did nobody think that this wouldn't be annoying?
  2. From what I can tell/learn, there's NO solution to this major issue. It's like paying for new car and then immediately having engines issues that can't be solved.
  3. Same issue, literally the worst. Can confirm nothing works.
  4. FYI everyone, the marked solution here - is not the solution.
  5. It's a huge problem and a common one everyone is having sadly. My sites look so different (terrible) across 13" screen Vs a 27" screen. I hate it so much.
  6. Having the same problem… also my text boxes just seem to change height by themselves which also contributes to this issue. It's insane.
  7. Also having the same issues… literally cannot stand it.
  8. Everyone is having this problem mate, it's a huge problem and a common one everyone is having sadly. My sites look so different (terrible) across 13" screen Vs a 27" screen. I hate it so much.
  9. Also having this issue - and have ever since 7.1 dropped. How do they not do anything about this? What are we paying them for?
  10. Thanks Tankgurl… yeah I'm so over this hey. It's literally the worst! Any updates or finds on any CSS to avoid this happening?
  11. I've also been having the same issue across my 7.1 sites, personal and client, and how things change so dramatically by screen size. Case and point – 13" Vs 27". I actually can't stand it. It's one of the worst things ever. I'm unsure if there's anything that can be done.
  12. I've also been having the same issue across my 7.1 sites, personal and client, and how things change so dramatically by screen size. Case and point – 27" Vs 13". I actually can't stand it. It's one of the worst things ever.
  13. Hey Gretchen - thanks for commenting. Yeah agreed with what you've said there. Really not a fan of these issues, and when I contacted SS about it they said send us some screen shots… like they didn't know. I didn't send them anything. I'm just gutted my sites now look so different between screen sizes (IE: my 13" screen and my 27" screen) and don't behave like they should. The spacing changing dynamically looks like a genuine mistake and I can't stand it 🤮 Like… how did this not come up in testing from SS's end when they were building Fluid Engine? Come on…
  14. Hi all, I have been using SS for years now, and I've noticed ever since the release of 7.1 Fluid Engine that my 'perfectly styled and designed' sites in 7.1 just randomly behave like a child on a whim - repeatedly. The issue: The styling/spacing changes by itself leaving huge blank gaps all over the show. It's like the text bounding boxes just change size by themselves. I'm constantly finding myself fixing them across devices sizes and websites I manage. It's so frustrating. I've also realised noticed my sites look TERRIBLE when viewed on a larger screen. IE: If I have my site open on my 13" laptop screen and my 27" screen right next to each other - the site looks horrible on the bigger screen with huge spacing issues everywhere - and perfect on the 13" screen. I've scoured forums and solutions for a fix and even changed the site beyond past 1920px but nothing helps. Why? By default I've figured out that I have to design and style new sites on my small 13" screen (which I hate), instead of starting to design it on my larger screen. Because ironically if I design it first off my larger screen - the spacing/styling looks terrible when I look at it on my 13" screen. It's just not the experience I want. Things also changing in edit mode: Lastly, I find sometimes when I am in edit mode > and working in a 'section' > the bottom of the section automatically moves back up towards the lowest part of the last element in the section (IE: A text box). As I am populating my content top down within the section (naturally), I drag the bottom of the section down again to create more space for my content - and the section just defaults back up to the lowest part of the last element half the time. Why? Multiply these silly behavioural issues across desk + mob and several websites, and you've got a huge problem. Site spacing should be done once and left forever, that's it. Example: I was presenting my folio site in an interview yesterday on my larger screen, got to a page and noticed there was a giant white gap below my content because the text bounding box just decided to behave terribly. Not a good look, and I was pi$$ed. __ I've had enough. I assume other people are having the same issues? Am I missing something? Am I stupid? Is there a fix for this? How do I get my sites looking the same across both small and large screens? Why does this happen? Why hasn't the company done anything about this? How did this not come up in testing before the 7.1 release? We all spend enough money with SS, this shouldn't be happening. I'm about a day away from booking a flight from Australia to NYC to go knock on the doors of the SS office to get proper answers and cause a scene. No need to add screen shots or links, you guys know what I'm on about… #sendhelp
  15. Also having this issue… 1080P is pretty sub-par quality today. Pretty disappointing to be honest. Makes the great work on my home page video look wildly mediocre. S/O to whomever gave me a "warning" for this comment.
  16. This is great, but it sets EVERYTHING on EVERY page to justify left, is there anything specific we can use to 1) left align the index description on the home page ONLY, and 2) thus keep content/project/other pages normal? (IE: centered/right/left aligned text)
  17. I'm annoyed this isn't an option. Having a seperate shipping option for smaller items on my site is what I need but it defaults to this by alphabetical order and I hate it.
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