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  • Mitch
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    Originally posted by WatchSteve View Post

    I found the fix. Change the -29px in this line to -6px

    }
    #forum-tab.forum-category-spacing .subforum-list.forum-item-last > td:after {
    margin-left: -29px;

    And change the -29px in this line to -5px in this line and that fixes the alignment

    }
    #forum-tab.forum-category-spacing .subforum-list.forum-item-last table {
    border-left: 1px solid #C9CED2;
    margin: -18px 0 -14px -5px;


    Nice job... That worked just beautiful. Thanks for spending the time to figure it out

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  • WatchSteve
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    Originally posted by Mitch View Post
    This is happening on all devices and views
    I found the fix. Change the -29px in this line to -6px

    }
    #forum-tab.forum-category-spacing .subforum-list.forum-item-last > td:after {
    margin-left: -29px;

    And change the -29px in this line to -5px in this line and that fixes the alignment

    }
    #forum-tab.forum-category-spacing .subforum-list.forum-item-last table {
    border-left: 1px solid #C9CED2;
    margin: -18px 0 -14px -5px;

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  • wheatcom
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    Very nice. Thanks.
    It does make empty categories look a little off. Might have to mess with it a bit later.
    Works in vB 5.6.0.

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  • zoran_dj
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    Send me a link to your forums in PM, and I will take care of it, or you can wait until tomorrow, and I will create some subforums on my demo forums and write a fix here.

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  • Mitch
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    This is happening on all devices and views

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  • Mitch
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    I have the same problem.

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  • WatchSteve
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    Same issue as stated above with 5.5.6 too.

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  • WatchSteve
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    Something happened when I updated to 5.5.5
    Anywhere I have sub-forums at the bottom of a category the border has shifted to the left. Any idea why this might of happened? It was perfect on version 5.4.5

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  • glennrocksvb
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    Unfortunately you can't because the whole thing is using a single table. The CSS code just made a false impression that it is using multiple tables but it is using a single table under the hood. As with any other tables, the corners of the cells cannot be made round.

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  • DocOdin13
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    is there a way to make the edges rounded? as opposed to being the straight lines?
    I got it working but the rounded edges right now are needed

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  • dasgrid
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    glennrocksvb thanks working

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  • glennrocksvb
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    dasgrid, you didn't follow Step 2.

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  • dasgrid
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    I did not work in version 5.4.5
    my site: http://yggs.org

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  • come2
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    I want to do the same they are doing but I don't now how, I need your help here thank you

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  • glennrocksvb
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    They were able to do that because they edited the existing vBulletin templates. That is not recommended for maintenance reasons because it may result in template merge conflicts whenever you perform a vB upgrade and you would need to resolve those conflicts every time. I try to avoid editing templates as much as possible unless absolutely necessary and there's no other way. In this case, there's a way. But you could do the same they are doing if you want.

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