I've run into a couple of problems with the dimming effect in 3.3. Take a look here: (URL removed). In Firefox 188.8.131.52, the dimming doesn't affect the entire height of the window. In IE7, the dimming doesn't affect the entire width of the window (note the light blue block along the right edge) - I've set width to 100% in the CSS.
Am I doing something dopey? (Wouldn't be the first time....)
Edit: Further testing reveals some even stranger behavior in IE7. This is hard to describe, but if the page is more than a screen's worth, vertically, and you scroll down to one of the thumbnails on the bottom, then click on it, the dimming applies only to the upper part of the window. In other words, if the visible part of the window is, say, 900 px tall, but you scroll down and click on a thumbnail that's down around 1500 px, only the first 900 px of the window dims.
You can see the effect in the example I've linked above. Reduce the size of the IE7 browser window so that you can see the first row of thumbnails, but only about half of the second row. Now click on one of the lower thumbnails, then use the vertical scroll bar to scroll down. Notice where the dimming ends!
Last edited by EarlyOut
on Thu Nov 29, 2007 1:42 am, edited 1 time in total.