We recently upgraded to 3.2.0.beta3-dev. Since the upgrade, the “small_action” posts have become visibly too large for unlisted/listed events:
Earlier they used to be hidden. Is there a way to hide them again? I couldn’t find a way to do it in the community settings. This is their DOM view:
I only found the following setting, but nothing related to small action posts on listing/unlisting topics:
Hello and welcome @GaurangBlaze
I don’t think there have been any recent changes to the Unlisted/Listed small action posts?
Did you have a theme component doing the job for you that may need an update?
Thanks for the quick response @JammyDodger ! I just checked and we only use one theme (I think the URL is
I could be wrong, but I think Custom Header Links is not relevant to this issue. Moreover, it is on latest version as of now.
What version did you upgrade from?
I think it was 3.2.0.beta1-dev. If there is a way to verify, that would be nice.
Did you get to the bottom of it in the end?
I’ll Unlist/List this one so you can see that it’s not a universal thing, if that helps.
That is helpful. This seems to be a universal thing See the screenshot:
Sadly, I still haven’t been able to hide it.
You may have to talk me through what you’re expecting. The ones in the screenshot of this topic look like they always have to me?
Sure. This is how it was back in the day, I had to find an example through Wayback Machine: March Development Update - News - Text Blaze Community
Note there are no small action posts visible:
The small action posts are still there in the DOM but they are hidden via CSS as expected:
The link to this stylesheet is: https://web.archive.org/web/20230307092617cs_/https://community.blaze.today/stylesheets/desktop_theme_2_8bfecae92ad5104622d1da988786f10e4f8240ac.css?__ws=community.blaze.today
I am not sure if we added
desktop_theme_2_hash.css or it was already present in Discourse (and has now been removed).
I think you could just plug and play with that CSS:
In the theme’s custom CSS, or as a separate theme component applied to the theme.
This looks like a custom CSS with
theme in the URL.
I tried to find any change related to
time-gap, but I could not find anything. I vaguely remember they were grouped, maybe in a time gap or something. Not sure.
I didn’t realize it was so easy to fix this, and that this wasn’t related to a recent Discourse upgrade Thanks everyone for chiming in and helping in this