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Offline markuskidd

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« Posted 2003-02-13 23:19:17 »

Some fixes, please:

1) Font color on message titles same as background
2) Last ten posts not functioning correctly (at least two documented bugs and several other gripes -- does anyone here follow the YaBB community and know if there are hacks/patches available?)
as discussed here:;action=display;num=1037067097

and here:;action=display;num=1034814731

and here:;action=display;num=1042907242

3) Maybe at least link the old tutorials/code right now until the new site is ready. Put a button next to "Forum Archives" called "Tutorials Archives"?

Popular Requests:

1) Genera Development Forum as requested here:;action=display;num=1040554474
2) Off-Topic Forum, as requested here:;action=display;num=1035576631
Offline Themroc

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2003-03-04 08:05:53 »

Some fixes, please:
1) Font color on message titles same as background

I think I posted a potential solution to this some time ago lareday, maybe I can ask the form admin to looka this again? A change should only take very few minutes:;action=display;num=1037067097

I repeat what I wrote:
The problem is probably here. First a text class is defined with font color white:
.text1   { font-style: normal; font-weight: bold; font-size: 12px; color: #FFFFFF; }
Then later that class is used to display the topic line in 10 most recent, and the color is changed in that line. But it seems like IE uses the original definition and Mozilla uses the new color value. Is there any need to define color #FFFFFF in the .text1 class at  all? I think it could be simply removed. Or is white text anywhere used in the forum?  
<font class="text1" color="#336699" size=2><b> JavaGaming.Org / Suggestions / <a href=";action=display;num=1037067097;start=4"><font class="text1" color="#336699" size=2><u>Re: Last 10 Messages Malfunction</u></font></a></b></font></td>


In another topic: can it be that preview no longer works? When I press "Preview" after editing a message is posted immedatly.
Offline cfmdobbie

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Who, me?

« Reply #2 - Posted 2003-03-30 10:29:54 »


Hellomynameis Charlie Dobbie.
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