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    Default Combat Menu Buttons (custom buttons?) broken

    I don't know the proper terminology, I mean the buttons at the top of the combat frame (within the relay browser, myself using Version 76.0.3809.87 (Official Build) Built on Ubuntu , running on Ubuntu 18.04 (64-bit)). A week ago or so, their order got all jumbled up. And between yesterday (using version 19473) and today (using version 19475) all automatic line breaks are gone from that field, making some buttons not easily accessible anymore. I tried going back to version 19473 but without success, it looks the same (screenshot provided). Please advise if this is a bug or if some preference or data file of mine most likely got corrupted and needs fixing.
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    We call those "Stationary Buttons", since they are in a fixed location at the top of the combat frame.

    They still work for me on OS X.

    Did you update Java recently?

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    Did you update Java recently?

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    Originally Posted by Veracity View Post
    I did on August 1.

    openjdk-11-jre-headless (11.0.3+7-1ubuntu2~18.04.1, 11.0.4+11-1ubuntu2~18.04.3) Upgraded at Do. Aug. 1 06:59:27 2019
    openjdk-11-jre (11.0.3+7-1ubuntu2~18.04.1, 11.0.4+11-1ubuntu2~18.04.3) Upgraded at Do. Aug. 1 06:59:27 2019
    edit: I guess that roughly tracks with when the first jumbled-up stationary button menu appeared, but the line breaks disappearing definitively happened after the most recent rollover to me.
    Last edited by Boesbert; 08-08-2019 at 06:02 PM.

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    KoLmafia does not put line breaks into rows of buttons. All the buttons are in a row and it is 100% up to your browser to wrap them to fit.

    I guess I need to ask: have you changed or upgraded your browser? Changed anything at all in browser settings?

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    KoLmafia does not put line breaks into rows of buttons. All the buttons are in a row and it is 100% up to your browser to wrap them to fit.

    I guess I need to ask: have you changed or upgraded your browser? Changed anything at all in browser settings?
    Originally Posted by Veracity View Post
    I did not change any settings but yes, I have been regularly upgrading Chromium (and there have been several upgrades recently).

    I just checked with Firefox and the problem does not appear there. I guess I might have to switch again...

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    Ideally, we'd like to generate html/javascript which renders the same on all browsers.

    Looking at your screen shot and mine, it looks like the surrounding frames are not quite the same. Presumably a Browser difference.

    Can you do this for me, please.

    Go to Preferences/Extra Debugging
    Check "Log decorated responses in debug log"
    In gCLI, "debug on"
    In relay browser (Chromium) start a fight.
    - verify that the buttons are not wrapping as expected.
    In gCLI "debug off"

    In the DEBUG log, find the following two things:

    - The text returned by KoL for the fight request
    - The text as modified by KoLmafia which included the stationary buttons which is sent to the browser.

    I'd like to see if there is something different being sent from KoL than what I get. I am using "Google Chrome" now, because Firefox has issues for me.
    And I'd like to see if the KoLmafia-"decorated" text is different, somehow.

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    In the DEBUG log, find the following two things:

    - The text returned by KoL for the fight request
    - The text as modified by KoLmafia which included the stationary buttons which is sent to the browser.
    Originally Posted by Veracity View Post
    This part is surprisingly difficult for me since I am not exactly sure where the beginning and end of those things are in this wall of text.

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    OK, fair enough.

    If you turned on and off debugging as I suggested, your DEBUG file should be fairly small. Just attach the whole thing.

    (If you run Guide, it will probably include some extra requests/responses. I can deal with that.)

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