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jigzone website won't "change cut" on puzzles but other browsers work fine.

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I have been using Jig zone website for years with Firefox. Recently I am unable to change the cut of the pieces. Everything else including "shuffle pieces" and "autosolve"on the website work fine. I am able to change the cut of the pieces using other browsers. I have been through help on their website without a solution to this issue. I think it is a Firefox issue since every other browser works fine.

I have been using Jig zone website for years with Firefox. Recently I am unable to change the cut of the pieces. Everything else including "shuffle pieces" and "autosolve"on the website work fine. I am able to change the cut of the pieces using other browsers. I have been through help on their website without a solution to this issue. I think it is a Firefox issue since every other browser works fine.

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Hi Bob9754, this is how the style rule override works:

(1) Install a custom styling extension such as Stylus:

https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/styl-us/

(2) Open a puzzle on the site, and click the Stylus toolbar button and use the drop-down to start a new rule (see attached screenshot #1)

(3) In the editing window, paste this rule -- it clears out the value of the clip property for the table listing the cut types:

/* Override clip property on Change Cut table */
#rc .wn {
  clip: unset !important;
}

See attached screenshot #2

(4) Click Save to save the rule and then check the JigZone page to see whether it is working (see attached screenshot #3).


If you don't want to install a new extension for style rule overrides, you also can apply them using the optional userContent.css file. More info on that here: http://kb.mozillazine.org/UserContent.css

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jscher2000
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Hi Bob9754, sorry to hear about this problem. Do you think it started in Firefox 67, released earlier this month?

There is a style rule on the cut types table (the list that pops out) which seems to make it invisible in Firefox 67. I'm not sure why. If I go into the developer tools and remove the following, it works as designed:

#rc .wn {
  clip:rect(0px 600px 400px 0px);
  transition:clip 0.5s ease-out
}

Unfortunately, it's not very convenient for you to find and remove that rule, but you might be able to use an add-on to remove or override it. I'll have to think about that further. Meanwhile, if you haven't reported it to the site, could you let them know about this issue?

Hi Bob9754, sorry to hear about this problem. Do you think it started in Firefox 67, released earlier this month? There is a style rule on the cut types table (the list that pops out) which seems to make it invisible in Firefox 67. I'm not sure why. If I go into the developer tools and remove the following, it works as designed: <pre>#rc .wn { clip:rect(0px 600px 400px 0px); transition:clip 0.5s ease-out } </pre> Unfortunately, it's not very convenient for you to find and remove that rule, but you might be able to use an add-on to remove or override it. I'll have to think about that further. Meanwhile, if you haven't reported it to the site, could you let them know about this issue?
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Thank you jscher2000 for your response. It is possible that this did occur after the upgrade as the problem has arisen in the past few weeks. I will contact JigzZone.com and let them know what I have been experiencing along with your response.

Thank you jscher2000 for your response. It is possible that this did occur after the upgrade as the problem has arisen in the past few weeks. I will contact JigzZone.com and let them know what I have been experiencing along with your response.
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jscher2000
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Hi Bob9754, this is how the style rule override works:

(1) Install a custom styling extension such as Stylus:

https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/styl-us/

(2) Open a puzzle on the site, and click the Stylus toolbar button and use the drop-down to start a new rule (see attached screenshot #1)

(3) In the editing window, paste this rule -- it clears out the value of the clip property for the table listing the cut types:

/* Override clip property on Change Cut table */
#rc .wn {
  clip: unset !important;
}

See attached screenshot #2

(4) Click Save to save the rule and then check the JigZone page to see whether it is working (see attached screenshot #3).


If you don't want to install a new extension for style rule overrides, you also can apply them using the optional userContent.css file. More info on that here: http://kb.mozillazine.org/UserContent.css

Hi Bob9754, this is how the style rule override works: (1) Install a custom styling extension such as Stylus: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/styl-us/ (2) Open a puzzle on the site, and click the Stylus toolbar button and use the drop-down to start a new rule (see attached screenshot #1) (3) In the editing window, paste this rule -- it clears out the value of the clip property for the table listing the cut types: <pre>/* Override clip property on Change Cut table */ #rc .wn { clip: unset !important; } </pre> See attached screenshot #2 (4) Click Save to save the rule and then check the JigZone page to see whether it is working (see attached screenshot #3). ---- If you don't want to install a new extension for style rule overrides, you also can apply them using the optional '''userContent.css''' file. More info on that here: http://kb.mozillazine.org/UserContent.css
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I want to thank you jscher2000 for your help. I would have never figured that out. That resolved the problem. I will mark it as solved. Thanks again.

I want to thank you jscher2000 for your help. I would have never figured that out. That resolved the problem. I will mark it as solved. Thanks again.
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bakedbean 0 løsninger 1 svar

It worked.Thank you, thank you, thank you.Have peace at last and back to Firefox my fave.Safari good bye!

It worked.Thank you, thank you, thank you.Have peace at last and back to Firefox my fave.Safari good bye!
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