User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; WOW64; Trident/7.0; .NET4.0E; .NET4.0C; .NET CLR 3.5.30729; .NET CLR 2.0.50727; .NET CLR 3.0.30729; InfoPath.3; rv:11.0) like Gecko Steps to reproduce: 1. Navigate to the link https://reps.mozilla.org/people/ 2. There click on the option Join on the top of the open maps. Actual results: Then the zoom in and zoom out buttons, text related to the open maps overlap with the page content of the join page, making the text of the page invisible/ overlapped. Expected results: When join is clicked the buttons and text should not overlap they should be hidden.
I would like to work on this Bug
But I am facing problems in installing the repo locally and testing the site. I was able to download the repo but not able to run it locally even after following the steps mentioned here https://remo.readthedocs.org/en/latest/installation-vagrant.html I think there is a problem with the local.py file in settings which is renamed to some other name. please check if even you are facing errors by following the steps given in the link
I didn't met any problem with seeting up Vagrant locally. But judging from your screenshot you are on Windows and I'm on Linux. Could you try the Virtualenv guide instead?
did you modify any files or their names after downloading the repo from the git?
Yes, I had to copy the local.py-dist and make the changes on the guide. But as the guide suggests on the top it needs update on several points, so it may not work as expected for you. Virtualenv seems like a safer approach.
Does virtualenv work on windows or Linux is needed?
To be honest setting up a development enviroment on Windows is not an easy task, but it is possible. Virtualenv works on Windows.
I have installed using virtualenv and everything went fine, but when trying to load the site getting error "ImproperlyConfigured at/ Error while importin lxml: No module named BeautifulSoup Exception location: /root/remo/vendor/src/django-compressor/compressor/parser/lxml.py in_init_ line 20
Did you use the recursive flag when cloning? git clone --recursive http://github.com/mozilla/remo If not, try to do this: git submodule update --init --recursive If the problem persists try to install the missing requirement. With the virtualenv activated you could run: pip install BeautifulSoup
Ya I have used recursive flag and even then the problem existed, I think we need to update even in the doc, to manually install it or make a note of it in the requirements.txt Finally I am able to run it locally using Virtualenv :)
Commits pushed to master at https://github.com/mozilla/remo https://github.com/mozilla/remo/commit/dffacd4cf22f1289aabd4ff48638ee399a310cb8 [Fix bug 1162450] Change leaflet z-index to put it below modals https://github.com/mozilla/remo/commit/7acee48765145c44e0d082d4b77530971ca446da Merge pull request #1030 from comzeradd/zoom [Fix bug 1162450] Change leaflet z-index to put it below modals
Verified on stage that everything is working as it should for both /people and /events urls. Thanks for this contribution!