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Daniel Chen
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hmmm... The modules on the right are SUPER WIDE. And the ones on the left are really narrow? Any help? is this a bug?
 
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figured it out. it's the one geeklist with the super long name causing problems.

How about you describe the problem and not make the page screwy for the rest of us, you clown?
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My front page is screwed too.
 
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We can all thank Randy Cox for his asinine geeklist.
 
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HIDE it (the red X near the "thumb icon"), return to homepage and REFRESH it (e.g. pressing F5). It'll be gone for you.
 
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1024x768 works just fine - Don't Wide the Site!
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TrojanDan wrote:
figured it out. it's the one geeklist with the super long name causing problems.

How about you describe the problem and not make the page screwy for the rest of us, you clown?

I have done so (described the problem in forums and possibly even a bug report). And I did so today. It was out there for 20 minutes and served its purposes, which were:

1) to see if this phenomenon, which I'd observed before in Forums and Geek Questions, extended to Geek List titles (it does)

2) to see if punctuation will cause a break, even absent spaces (at least an exclaimation point does)

3) to show that "hiding" the post doesn't hide it at all from the front page (which it does not)

4) to act as an illustration for the BGG Related Forum Entry I added to explain this problem.
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