#53 Website header bug

maybe_some_day
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2016-12-24
2005-06-04
No

Do this. Go to the bochs webiste and click Forum or
something like that. Now click Homepage on the SF menu
next to the search and below the tabs. Now do the same
and see the bug.

Discussion

  • Volker Ruppert

    Volker Ruppert - 2005-06-04

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    I know that the website has an unnecessary header if you do that. We
    need help from an HTML programming expert to fix this. It isn't nice, but
    it's not a big problem. I have moved this item to the website requests,
    since it's not a bug in Bochs itself.

     
  • Volker Ruppert

    Volker Ruppert - 2005-08-08

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    This bug can't be fixed without removing the Bochs header completely
    from the SF project pages. A modification of homepage link on SF is
    AFAIK not possible (needs a reference to the 'parent' window).
    So we'd have to modify all links from our homepage to the SF project
    page and call the SF page directly instead of the frameset including the
    header.

     
  • Anonymous - 2005-08-08

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    You could do this. Add the top bar of the bochs window as a
    frame instead of some header thing. So basically they are 2
    seperate pages. You can close the frame on the main page.

     
  • Craig E. Shea

    Craig E. Shea - 2006-09-29

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    In addition, go to the bochs website, click Forum. Now
    click logon. Provide your credentials....nothing
    happens...you are not logged onto SF.net.

     
  • Volker Ruppert

    Volker Ruppert - 2016-12-24
    • status: open --> closed
    • assigned_to: Volker Ruppert
    • Group: --> maybe_some_day
     
  • Volker Ruppert

    Volker Ruppert - 2016-12-24

    Since the current SF stuff cannot be displayed within a frame, I had to open this URL directly. So this bug no longer exists,

     

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