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Thread: Message Board Conversion?

  1. #11

    Re:Message Board Conversion?

    Ok...it seems I fixed the error with instant messaging...woohoo! ;-)

    May you all bask in the power of my PHP skillz...LOL

    Aragorn
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  2. #12

    Re:Message Board Conversion?

    Quote Originally Posted by Aragorn
    Font size is fixed....if you need it a bit bigger let me know....

    Aragorn
    Yes, I would like it just a bit bigger, say around the size of the Reply with Quote text maybe a bit smaller, but around that size as it's very clear.
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  3. #13
    JimH
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    Re:Message Board Conversion?

    Quote Originally Posted by SkyNet
    Yes, I would like it just a bit bigger, say around the size of the Reply with Quote text maybe a bit smaller, but around that size as it's very clear.
    Larger? They are very large for me. 1024x768 desktop resolution. You might consider increasing the font size in your browser preferences. What browser do you use?

    Jim H

  4. #14

    Re:Message Board Conversion?

    Larger? They are very large for me. 1024x768 desktop resolution. You might consider increasing the font size in your browser preferences. What browser do you use?

    Jim H
    I use Galeon stock, I also run a 1024x768. The fonts for things such as Reply with quote, are very nice however the fonts for the actual message are a bit small IMO.
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  5. #15

    Re:Message Board Conversion?

    Aragorn,

    I think the best looking fonts of any board would have to be LJR, Is there anyway to get the fonts on this board to match up with theirs?

    Oh I forgot to mention, it would be nice if you could return that nice little feature that highlighted the text in black for messages that you havn't seen before. It was here before the update but gone now... I liked this feature very much because it allowed me to navigate the forum quickly and respond to new posts.
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  6. #16

    Re:Message Board Conversion?

    Quote Originally Posted by SkyNet
    Aragorn,

    I think the best looking fonts of any board would have to be LJR, Is there anyway to get the fonts on this board to match up with theirs?
    Theirs is the same as mine....or was the same as mine......fonts didn't change between the upgrade....I am using the EXACT same template as before :-\

    Oh I forgot to mention, it would be nice if you could return that nice little feature that highlighted the text in black for messages that you havn't seen before. It was here before the update but gone now... I liked this feature very much because it allowed me to navigate the forum quickly and respond to new posts.
    Heh, that was a bug.....wasn't supposed to be there...how do you highlight in black ??? ;D

    Aragorn
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  7. #17
    JimH
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    Re:Message Board Conversion?

    Fonts get any larger for me and I will need a monitor lager then the 19" I have now. :

    Jim H

  8. #18

    Re:Message Board Conversion?

    Quote Originally Posted by JimH
    Fonts get any larger for me and I will need a monitor lager then the 19" I have now. :

    Jim H

    i want your 19"
    i was gonna get one and a dvd drive too but i didn't
    ohwell, a 17" is better than a 14".........
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  9. #19
    JimH
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    Re:Message Board Conversion?

    Quote Originally Posted by trommaster

    ohwell, a 17" is better than a 14".........
    Thats for sure, I remember those 14" monitor days. It always seemed big until you started to use a larger one.

    Jim H

  10. #20
    nfallon
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    Re:Message Board Conversion?

    14" I must be getting really old. I remember the green text screen 12 inch monitors. When they went to amber that was a big thing.

    Neil

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