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Hi



The forum styles sheet has been updated which means you may need to choose styles again below the last forum at bottom.
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UBBT77 is default.

You can see following series of styles.
UBBT70
UBBT75
UBBT76
UBBT77

UBBT70 is the oldest we have. Normally one would have deleted the oldest when new ones are published but since we have members from the start in 1996 some which to keep the styles that they are used to. So check the various out and see which one you like best. as mentioned before UBBT77 default.

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GREAT!
But now all that comes up when I select "Forum" are these, your latest two messages.

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I enabled the portal page
Click on forums link in the bar above those messages


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Originally Posted by Morgan aka admin
Hi



The forum styles sheet has been updated which means you may need to choose styles again below the last forum at bottom.
See image
UBBT77 is default.

You can see following series of styles.
UBBT70
UBBT75
UBBT76
UBBT77

UBBT70 is the oldest we have. Normally one would have deleted the oldest when new ones are published but since we have members from the start in 1996 some which to keep the styles that they are used to. So check the various out and see which one you like best. as mentioned before UBBT77 default.

Cheers


Hey Morgan, where have they gone?


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Bryan, in order to display the layout correctly now and in the future
We will all use same style.
It’s the light white, grey and blue colored,
There is no option to change style anymore.


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Seems a bit strange that the layouts would have to change just to change color schemes.


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Paul there is much more to it than just the colors.
The old style were supposed to be replaced overtime as the new had upgraded features and the old didn’t. The old is not supported anymore.

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It should be possible for a "display screen user" (me) to change the colours generated by the particular browser. Obviously, this is a local change for a particular display screen for a particular browser . Currently beyond me on a technical basis, but surely within the capability of a BB poster?

Dark background with yellow text please.

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Rather surprisingly. I've created this with Firefox

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Needs some more work on the blue text, perhaps set to a nice orange? Or green?

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Brian and the rest of you try the styles again at the bottom...


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Thank you, BB is now much more friendly to my ancient eyes smile


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