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Ponder Answer Comments: indent textarea as Comments
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Authored by valerio.bozzolan on May 4 2023, 21:34.
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Summary

In a Ponder Answer, when adding a Comment, the textarea indentation was a
a little bit unintuitive.

After this change, the textarea is aligned as a Comment:

BeforeAfter
Ponder - Before.png (694×626 px, 45 KB)
Ponder - After.png (694×626 px, 48 KB)

Other changes are welcome but this seems to me a good minimum.

I also hope this could help not to confuse the Comment field with the Answer field.

Closes T15350

Test Plan
  • create a Ponder Question
  • create an Answer
  • look at the Comments input field that now should be more nicely indented
  • the normal Response field is not changed at all
  • the mobile view is not changed at all
  • click on "Pin Form On Screen" and it must be as before

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webroot/rsrc/css/application/ponder/ponder-view.css
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Note: I used the .phui-box.phui-comment-form-view selector instead of just .phui-comment-form-view, so that it's more specific, and it overrides the precedent value.

This was my elegant workaround to avoid a CSS !important otherwise necessary.

This revision is now accepted and ready to land.Jul 17 2023, 06:48
webroot/rsrc/css/application/ponder/ponder-view.css
56

↑ My inline comment is not relevant anymore, since we have the :not() selector that is already incidentally more-precise.

So there is no need to have margin-left: 94px; !important.