Discussion in 'Site News' started by SRW, Oct 10, 2010.
Working on em....
FYI to the members of GIF. There are major things being worked on today so things aren't working as they should like vbookie, sorry but it's unavoidable and we'll get it sorted out as soon as possible.
i really digg th new coler scheme
I'm with you. I think it looks sharp.
i was trying to change color of text and i couldnt dont know if this has anything to do with changes
when you click on the A it wont drop down and let you choose a color
After observing for a while....this new board style is pretty funky. eace:
You can change it by clicking the A and typing in another color???
Yes you can...lol
Im diggin it but IMO the background could lighten up some. I love the light on dark but the dark is too dark still, it's a bit of a strain on the ol' peepers. I think its perfect in the users box section of a post or whatever its called...where your av is at. that light grey on dark gray is the perfect contrast and cleanest looking in my opinion.
I agree with this
Tried that to ill try again I'm on my cell now
I like this color scheme
I just used it as I clicked a youtube link and a window popped up and showed me the vid... I was like "damn, that's tight".
And I just looked up a word with it. Tight.
Everything you are doing is awesome.
I'm beginning to like the black/red as well. Think it would look good if the Post Reply, New Thread, etc. buttons were in Red/Black Gradiant instead of the Maroon shades.
Remember the days of customizable color schemes??? :icon_cool:
let see if this works
That would be better. Put me down against the black and red. It's hard as crap to read.
Customized color schemes will probably not be returning.
Vbook is back up. Go bet on the game tonight.
I'm having trouble merging threads as stated in the other thread.
I also noticed this morning when I clicked on "READ MORE" in the Derek Anderson story from the front page, it would send me to the Josh McDaniels story. I tried it 4 times and each time, the same result...
I prefer the white, less strain on the eyes when reading, but the black one looks sharp.
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