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Forum Styles #218063
01/24/17 06:08 AM
01/24/17 06:08 AM
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I've been doing a lot of work tweaking the Forum Styles over the past couple days trying to make them more readable and 'polished'

I increased the font size on most things and added spacing in many areas, indenting the post content, etc.

In the Dark theme there were smileys missing, I got them working in there.

Give the styles a try and let me know if I missed anything. You can try them out at the bottom of the page and save your default choice in your 'My Stuff' - Edit Preferences

I change the Default setting from time to time, sometimes for Seasons or Holidays (Valentines Day, Easter) . If you have your preference (in 'My Stuff') set to 'Default' then you will see the changes. If you select any thing else you will always see the style you choose.

Bill

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Re: Forum Styles [Re: Admin] #218064
01/24/17 06:04 PM
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I like what I see. Polished is a good word for it. Thanx for your continued work.


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Re: Forum Styles [Re: sparkyinak] #218066
01/24/17 06:22 PM
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Originally Posted by sparkyinak
I like what I see. Polished is a good word for it. Thanx for your continued work.

Thanks for the reply. More tweaks to come... and I'm working on some Retro styles as well.

Bill
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Re: Forum Styles [Re: Admin] #218073
01/25/17 11:29 AM
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Great improvements!!

Response times are great also!!

Thanks!!!!


John
Re: Forum Styles [Re: HotLine1] #218074
01/25/17 01:42 PM
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Originally Posted by HotLine1
Great improvements!!

Response times are great also!!

Thanks!!!!

BTW, I fixed your sideways pictures. Let me know if I missed any.

Bill

Re: Forum Styles [Re: Admin] #218076
01/27/17 12:50 AM
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Bill:

If no one else said it....

'You the man'!!!


John
Re: Forum Styles [Re: HotLine1] #218089
01/27/17 04:11 AM
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Originally Posted by HotLine1
Bill:

If no one else said it....

'You the man'!!!

thanks

smile
Bill


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