"We saw a niche that needed to be filled."

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9 Responses:

  1. Jim Sweeney says:

    I'm not sure "niche" fully describes what's likely being filled.

    • jwz says:

      The Merriam-Beavis Dictionary says:

      1a : a recess, especially for a statue
      1b : something (as a sheltered or private space) that resembles a recess
      2a : a place, status, or activity for which a thing is best fitted

  2. MegaZone says:

    This seems like something Divine Interventions should carry. I mean, they're (Elder) Gods, right?

    BTW, I think the Connect with Facebook & Sign in with Twitter buttons are b0rked. At least they do nothing for me in Chrome, pointer doesn't even change to indicate they're clickable.

    • jwz says:

      Yeah, I dunno. If I take these out it works:

      #alt-login-methods { position: absolute; right: 0; white-space: nowrap; }
      #alt-login-methods > p { margin: 0 2px 6px 0; text-align: right; }

      (Actually, just the first one) but then they aren't to the right of the Name/Email fields. It worked before. If someone can explain to me how to fix this in CSS, I would be grateful.

      • Kiyoshi Aman says:

        Package them in <div>s and apply display:inline-block? You'll have to specify widths and padding and so forth, but...

        • jwz says:

          "package them in a div" is not something you can do with CSS. Code changes are a much bigger pain in the ass because they get blown away when you upgrade.

    • jwz says:

      I think I figured it out. The buttons needed to be z-indexed above the text fields. Even though they didn't appear to overlap, something did, and was stealing the click.

  3. "niche needing to be filled"

    *golf clap*

    Well bowled, old Bean!

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