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rv55, yea, it makes sense to have submitted tickets be the default. Also to note: you can bookmark the page with the filters.
In any event, I've changed it.
For me both themes are very similar but the difference I noticed right away is that now I find it a lot harder to get to a list of the tickets I've created. I used to be able to get to them in a couple of clicks. now I have to go to a filter page and change the filter settings every time I want to see them. For just this reason, this theme is a pain.
Fix this and I'd be happy.
Yeah Opera won't be supporting the css3 selectors used for the rounded corners till 11 if I recall correctly.
FF3+, Safari 4, and Chrome all support it.
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Same goes for Opera 9.64 on Windows Vista Business Edition, no rounded corners.
Opera 9.64 doesn't have any rounded corners under XP SP3. And since the transition I didn't get any update from the Latest [xxx_addon] Files RSS feeds; the last one in Google Reader is the notification about Grid r1196.
edit: but I don't have any problem with scrolling :)
I'll try testing under FF3 3.5 under Win7 x64 tonight.
@HunterZ, I've tested it in chrome on XP and didn't have any issues with it there, IE8 won't render the rounded corners at all.
And we've also tested FF3 on other OS's and not had any issues. I gave a check on FF3.5 on XP and it was still there :(
May I ask what web browser and/or OS are you optimizing for that is not resulting in choppy scrolling?
Also, what themes do and do not have rounded corners? (edit: made my own lol)
The Choppy scrolling on XP with firefox3 seems to be related to how they render the rounded corners.
We're going to explore a fix or a degraded solution for ff3. In the meantime switching to a theme that doesn't have them should vastly improve that symptom.
Getting the slow/choppy scrolling on pages with user comments (like this one) in Firefox 3.0.10 and 3.0.11 on WinXP 32-bit. I'm using Adblock Plus and NoScript extensions if that makes a difference.
Edit: Disabled those plugins and restarted - still just as choppy.