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Edit Post: Make sure block controls do not show up over sidebar on greater than small viewport #6081

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gziolo commented Apr 9, 2018


This PR tries to fix regression introduced after release 2.6 went out. Editor movers and block settings are displayed over sidebar menu when browsing on greater than small screens (> 600px & < 780px).

Sidenote: Honestly speaking I updated those values randomly to make it work. Let me know what is the proper way to fix it 馃檱

How Has This Been Tested?


  • Need to set screen width between 600px and 780px.
  • Select one of the blocks.
  • Open advanced block settings.

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@gziolo gziolo added the [Type] Bug label Apr 9, 2018

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Edit Post: Refactor and expose PluginSidebar as final API #6031

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Seems to work well in my testing but like you I don't have any idea on the logic of these numbers, it's really hard to get right.


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jasmussen commented Apr 9, 2018

This also seems good to me! Thanks.

@gziolo gziolo merged commit 410c387 into master Apr 9, 2018

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@gziolo gziolo deleted the fix/sidebar-editor-movers branch Apr 9, 2018


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gziolo commented Apr 9, 2018

Thanks for confirming my bets :)

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