It has its ups and downs Try on different browsers, for me usually works on chrome and ie.
@SkatDesign just ignore him, if he wants a refund he can contact support and ask for it. The code is perfectly fine.
I have been using Ticksy for almost a year, and got recently upgraded to the latest version lately.
There is one bug that made this system from a great tool into an almost useless one. The problem is that I cant attach files to the client. ZIP files dont work as it did in the previous version, and GIF/JPG/PNG/TXT isn’t much helpful.Sad for such a great tool.
That’s a problem that is still present on the old version. I can attach the file on some browsers and others not. Also in chrome when I add a reply I can add the zip, but if I forget to add the zip and click to edit the reply in order to add it, I get the error and have to create a new reply to upload the file.
You’d be decapitated! You’re well-intentioned and loyal to a fault. All you really want is to see justice in the world, but you find that others don’t quite understand you. You work very hard, but unfortunately your efforts never seem to get the attention they deserve. Sadly, this means you’d be killed by a backwards system of justice.
You should make it work with any resolution, that’s why it’s called responsive.
If it was for me I wouldn’t even spend a minute on it. But when the client asks for it is a different story. I work as freelancer for an other company so I don’t have much say on this.
Also this is more common on mobile first designs. I will see if I come up with an solution tomorrow.