I'm sure I read somewhere that the CSS etc. was still not final on the default theme, but I thought I should flag it up as an issue just in case. (btw, default theme is looking great. the iForum looks like a very promising design too)
I set the forum up on 3 sites with different themes (2 sites run custom themes and 1 standard WordPress theme from the official repository)
In all of them, I get this mis-alignment with the "Topics: Posts:" bit when there is a topic in the lower-forum.
I'm partly assuming the default theme really isn't finished and this may already be a problem you're aware of. But I thought an official "bug-post" wouldn't hurt (bwuhaha, apparently these are my own private forums for posting issues since nobody else is 😉 )
I would guess thats not actually a bug... but a theme tweak you will need to run because it appears you are on a pretty narrow narrow width..
go into the group view (thats the main page, right?) template file in the theme and try adjusting the column widths to get it to align properly...
unfortunately, thats a side effect (I think) of getting rid of tables for formatting... you can't keep css quite in check... or at least we have not been able too... perhaps better css masters than us can help...
in the meantime, we made it easy to adjust the column width in the template file...
Ok, I did some looking into it, this is to do with that blue-folder icon for the category title area of the theme. As can be seen, it's floating outside the div containing the header of the category:
To fix this, you need a div or p (or something) after the "<div id="spGroupHeaderName1" class="spHeaderName">General Discussion</div>" element.
I just popped: "<div style="clear:both"></div>" as an example (I didn't look into the CSS to see if you had a more sensible 'div clear' class already set, I assume you'll have a neater way of doing it as you know your theme better than I).
This is the result (without having to go full page width on my page):
another update... (sorry)
I see what is wrong, I wasn't using a group description, which messed up the theme. Be wiser to add something to escape/clear the float so the theme is more compatible. When I added a group description, it started working again.
So, I reckon following the above advise should make it more compatible with people (like me) who don't add descriptions for everything.