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Message 152 - Posted: 6 Jul 2007 | 18:43:06 UTC

Firt of all, good work and good look for this new web site.

Just a problem with forum displaying very big letters!!
I have no problem with my eyes ;-)

I have a screenshot if you want, maybe the problem is just for me.

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Message 153 - Posted: 6 Jul 2007 | 20:42:11 UTC - in response to Message 152.
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Firt of all, good work and good look for this new web site.

Just a problem with forum displaying very big letters!!
I have no problem with my eyes ;-)

I have a screenshot if you want, maybe the problem is just for me.


We know about this. The style sheet will be improved in the next few days with the site on. It was very difficult for us to do it otherwise.

We love also the new web design, they have done a great job.

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Message 154 - Posted: 6 Jul 2007 | 23:43:07 UTC

Oh, I thought my eyes were playing tricks on you.

Site looks really greaaaaaaaaaat !

Looks better in FF over IE.

In IE the text is bigger as mentioned, like twice as big.
This is on the same computer. I checked IE is set to 100% and FF set to Normal.
Other projects display the same size in each browser when compared.

In IE, the 5 logos at bottom go down the page with the copyright below them, 1 per line, where in FF they are all on the same line.

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Message 200 - Posted: 17 Jul 2007 | 19:41:38 UTC

What\'s the significance of the different colors when looking at the thread list? There seem to be light gray, dark gray, and black. I couldn\'t find any pattern. They don\'t alternate 1-2-3-1-2-3 (to make it easier to follow across the page). It\'s not based on # of replies or # of views. It\'s not the age. Is it just random?
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Message 227 - Posted: 18 Jul 2007 | 21:36:21 UTC - in response to Message 200.

What\'s the significance of the different colors when looking at the thread list? There seem to be light gray, dark gray, and black. I couldn\'t find any pattern. They don\'t alternate 1-2-3-1-2-3 (to make it easier to follow across the page). It\'s not based on # of replies or # of views. It\'s not the age. Is it just random?


The colors alternate light gray, dark gray for unanswered questions.

Black is for questions that have been answered. The original poster is suppose to \'mark question answered\' once someone has answered his question to his satisfaction.

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