Test suspension sucker! (attention please, Admin/Percy)
Minnemooseus has been given a 2 day suspension.
The "Suspension Reason" message, which should appear when you hover over the little red circle with the dash (but instead sort of appears as other text, causing the column to be over wide) is:
For being a big smelly drooling mutant deer without an "Ad" in front. Please see here for the offensive message. The suspension may be shortened if he every manages to get replies prepared for his "Great Debate" topic.
This look much like what happened when I did the Iano supension earlier. In that case, I edited the "Suspension Reason" message to remove the URL, and just left a shorter message. Doing such got rid of all the "overwide column" text, but still did not result in the hover text working.
Added by edit: Testing done, suspension lifted.
Edited by Adminnemooseus, : See above.
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We have been doing some testing and bug repair on the "Reason Suspended" hover text (the text box you should see when you hover your mouse cursor over the .)
What should be displayed is white text on a medium blue background. That is what both Admin and AdminNWR are seeing.
What I am seeing is dark text on a tranparent background (ie. dark text on a dark background). This causes the text to be all but undetectable for me. This is the case for both Firefox and IE at home, and also IE at work.
Is anyone else seeing the hover text as "dark on dark"? The text currently consists of the expiration time message and "Reason: Testing hovertext".
Per conversation in the "Private Administration Forum", Admin/Percy has found the bug and will repair it later tonight.
Somehow it had to do with whether you had your "Profile" time settings set to forum server time or your own time zone. The hovertext works correctly for the latter but not for the former. I had mine set to the former.
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