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This may have been addressed in one of the updates, as I am still working with v1.0.0.3 ...

In shopping_cart.php, there are some css issues, resulting in some double and/or misaligned lines

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Malcolm


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24 minutes ago, ArtcoInc said:

This may have been addressed in one of the updates, as I am still working with v1.0.0.3 ...

In shopping_cart.php, there are some css issues, resulting in some double and/or misaligned lines

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Malcolm

Has been fixed in 1.0.1.0, shopping cart modularization

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First, thank you @raiwa . The modular shopping cart is a great improvement. That said ...

With very small screens, the product_listing module can't shrink enough, and creates a left-right scroll bar beneath it.

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In my testing, it happens when the screen width drops below 429 px. I don't know how many people are still using devices with screens this small, and I also acknowledge that there isn't much one can do to fit a large box into a small screen.

Just an observation ...

M

PS: I just checked, and over 80% of my mobile visitors have screen widths below this 🙄

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31 minutes ago, ArtcoInc said:

First, thank you @raiwa . The modular shopping cart is a great improvement. That said ...

With very small screens, the product_listing module can't shrink enough, and creates a left-right scroll bar beneath it.

622110349_ScreenCapture2019-08-09.jpg.c31258e31d390b37f42e625bad53ab87.jpg

In my testing, it happens when the screen width drops below 429 px. I don't know how many people are still using devices with screens this small, and I also acknowledge that there isn't much one can do to fit a large box into a small screen.

Just an observation ...

M

PS: I just checked, and over 80% of my mobile visitors have screen widths below this 🙄

2 possibilities to fix it:

1. Turn mobile to landscape

2. Hide stock column on mobile view

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3 minutes ago, raiwa said:

2 possibilities to fix it:

1. Turn mobile to landscape

2. Hide stock column on mobile view

Thank you. I had considered #2, and even tested it, but that column is used to warn customers if they add more items to their cart than is in stock.

M


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21 minutes ago, raiwa said:

There is still the no stock message

True. Thank you.


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8 hours ago, ArtcoInc said:

First, thank you @raiwa . The modular shopping cart is a great improvement. That said ...

With very small screens, the product_listing module can't shrink enough, and creates a left-right scroll bar beneath it.

622110349_ScreenCapture2019-08-09.jpg.c31258e31d390b37f42e625bad53ab87.jpg

In my testing, it happens when the screen width drops below 429 px. I don't know how many people are still using devices with screens this small, and I also acknowledge that there isn't much one can do to fit a large box into a small screen.

Just an observation ...

M

PS: I just checked, and over 80% of my mobile visitors have screen widths below this 🙄

One way to work around is to separate the update button to another column:

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