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What the dropdown normally looks like:

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But if you middle click on the YOUR COMMUNITIES bar, you can scroll to the side:

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Middle click scroll makes the mouse look like this:

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Then you move to scroll. Well middle click to get that mode enabled and then move the mouse to the right.

The CSS:

.topbar-dialog.siteSwitcher-dialog.topbar-dialog.siteSwitcher-dialog

{
width: 375px;
overflow-y: scroll;
overflow-x: hidden;
min-height:390px;
max-height:390px;
max-width: 390px;
}

Changing the width still keeps this gap (exactly 10px).

I haven't found the item in the CSS causing this gap yet. There is an SO question solving a similar problem though.


Computer info:

OS: Ubuntu 14.04 64 bit with latest updates.
Browser: Chrome 38.0.2125.122
JavaScript: 3.28.71.19
Zoom 100% (Same thing happens on 50% and 150%)

  • No repro'd on FireFox 33.1, Win XP SP3, though I remember I faced this issue before. Perhaps stating the browser and OS (and maybe zoom level) will help. – Meta Andrew T. Nov 18 '14 at 0:44
  • @Andrew Added details. – Tim Nov 18 '14 at 15:48
  • It's .topbar-dialog .site-filter-container having width: 100% and padding-left: 10px. The width: 100% seems unnecessary. – Tim Stone Nov 18 '14 at 18:40
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    Meh, not really answer-worthy, we'll just wait for someone to come along and answer saying that it's been fixed. – Tim Stone Nov 18 '14 at 18:45
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    Repro'd on Chrome and Win7 – The Guy with The Hat Nov 28 '14 at 16:33
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I am going to do what Tim Stone said: to answer the question saying that it's fixed. Because it's fixed. I can't do that anymore and doing that makes the browser think you're going to highlight some text.

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