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    Default forum colors

    Is there a way to change this horrible white-on-grey braindamage color scheme?

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    No .

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    I've been wanting to get a black-on-white redesign for the forums, but haven't yet gotten around to finding a designer for the forums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    I've been wanting to get a black-on-white redesign for the forums, but haven't yet gotten around to finding a designer for the forums.
    I GIVE A SHIT ON THE DESIGN, JUST MAKE IT USABLE!

    http://www.phoronix.com/forums/showp...06&postcount=5
    http://www.vbulletin.com/features.php

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    User Control Panel Features
    User Options
    forum style chooser

    Admin Control Panel Features
    Styling & Templates
    # Ability to create multiple styles which can be applied to different forums and users
    # Ability to upload / download styles and languages
    http://www.vbulletin.com/docs/html/styles_and_templates

    the forum should not have a problem with different styles...
    WHATS YOUR PROBLEM WITH USER WISHES TO SELECT THE STANDARD DESIGN OF VBULLETIN?


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    What about an extra selectable theme? VB supports this out of the box. Here's an example:

    Go to http://www.cpusers.gr/index.php (ignore all the Greek), scroll down to the bottom, and to the bottom left you'll see a drop-down menu. This is the theme selection support of VB.

    The "Tigra" theme works very well (easy to the eye and easy to read stuff) is free:

    http://vbskins.com/theme/tigra.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by RealNC View Post
    What about an extra selectable theme? VB supports this out of the box. Here's an example:

    Go to http://www.cpusers.gr/index.php (ignore all the Greek), scroll down to the bottom, and to the bottom left you'll see a drop-down menu. This is the theme selection support of VB.

    The "Tigra" theme works very well (easy to the eye and easy to read stuff) is free:

    http://vbskins.com/theme/tigra.html
    Oh yes that's neat. But I guess Micheal would want somthing similar to the grey/green color scheme of regular PHORONIX articles et al. Which is ok, as long as it's black on white for the actual text.

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    You're being impolite. Or rather, extremely rude. I'm annoyed too by the dark theme, but I'M NOT GOING IN ALL CAPS SHOUT WHAT'S YOUR DAMN PROBLEM mode, now am I

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    IM BOTH!

    http://www.phoronix.com/forums/showthread.php?t=15234
    Old 02-02-2009, 09:01 PM
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    how can i get rid of this white on black and revert it to black on white or something else with dark text and bright background?
    THIS IS 9 NINE(!) MONTHS AGO! I CANT BELIVE IT, THAT IT TAKES SO LONG TO JUST LET THE USER SELECT THE STANDARD COLORS OF VBULLETIN IN THE OPTIONS!

    ahhh, i need a designer. a designer is needed. ahhh design, what users want is unimportant, i need a designer. ahhh, design feels so good. ahhh, this sweet design ahhh. give it to me designer, ahhh, ahhh, uhhh, uhhhhh...

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    Well, you certainly want to have some kind of corporate design. But it really should be changed asap. Right now, it's an ergonomic train wreck.

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    I dont think its too bad to be honest. There is much much worse out there.

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