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Re: New Shiny Forum Theme

Postby RatCav on Sat Apr 18, 2015 11:07 am

Probably due to having bbcode disabled.
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Re: New Shiny Forum Theme

Postby stretch on Sat Apr 18, 2015 11:10 am

Indeed BBcode is disabled in this seciton, please try in 'General Chat' forum.
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Re: New Shiny Forum Theme

Postby RatCav on Sat Apr 18, 2015 11:22 am

Both Smilies and BBcode work in the "Lounge"

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EGR valves and birds nest of vacuum pipes removed.
Front Manual Locking Hubs.
Rear Limited Slip Differential.
Yota Surf steels, with custom paintjob. (cheers Gregster)
33x12.5" R15 General Grabber AT 2's.
+2" suspension lift.
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Cat 1 Thatcham approved alarm.
Irmscher wheel arch flares.
Full body restoration/respray. (cheers Gregster again!)
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Re: New Shiny Forum Theme

Postby stretch on Sat Apr 18, 2015 11:25 am

excellent
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Re: New Shiny Forum Theme

Postby Trugga on Sat Apr 18, 2015 7:42 pm

Just a quick heads up as Stretch is "in the zone" - since the forum migration, the favicon has been missing (well, it has on my machines).

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Re: New Shiny Forum Theme

Postby nyachi on Mon Apr 20, 2015 7:15 am

Where are my sun glasses.
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Re: New Shiny Forum Theme

Postby laidback50 on Mon Apr 20, 2015 12:00 pm

Just changed over to the Shiny layout and I think it looks great. Nice and clean, just like my Frontera (sometimes!) :-)
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Re: New Shiny Forum Theme

Postby mudman1988 on Mon Apr 20, 2015 9:58 pm

Just went to update my members rides thread for the first time in ages and I can't see any of my past pictures is this to do with the update or is it gremlins my end?
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Re: New Shiny Forum Theme

Postby stretch on Mon Apr 20, 2015 10:05 pm

if you mean this thread viewtopic.php?f=46&t=56710 it's your images that are broken nothing to do with the forum.
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Re: New Shiny Forum Theme

Postby mudman1988 on Mon Apr 20, 2015 10:55 pm

Cool I'll look into that and then update thanks for looking in to it
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Re: New Shiny Forum Theme

Postby Wilberforce on Tue Apr 21, 2015 4:58 pm

One interesting point with switching to the Shiny theme, is that 'view unread posts' shows, well, everything.
I assume this is a cookies / backend thing, although switching back to the Blue theme makes 'view unread' behave again.

Minor bugbear, otherwise I quite like the new theme.
Might take a little getting used to on my mobile though. Cheers Brian
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Re: New Shiny Forum Theme

Postby jimmybhoy on Thu Apr 23, 2015 3:34 am

WOah ,left the shades in the car.......never thought id say this......i prefer the b b b bloo
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Re: New Shiny Forum Theme

Postby RatCav on Thu Apr 23, 2015 8:11 am

After using it for a few days I am liking it lots now. A bit bright maybe, but much cleaner.
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Hi-roof modification.
EGR valves and birds nest of vacuum pipes removed.
Front Manual Locking Hubs.
Rear Limited Slip Differential.
Yota Surf steels, with custom paintjob. (cheers Gregster)
33x12.5" R15 General Grabber AT 2's.
+2" suspension lift.
+3" body lift.
Cat 1 Thatcham approved alarm.
Irmscher wheel arch flares.
Full body restoration/respray. (cheers Gregster again!)
Region: North West



Re: New Shiny Forum Theme

Postby stretch on Thu Apr 23, 2015 8:43 pm

Wilberforce wrote:One interesting point with switching to the Shiny theme, is that 'view unread posts' shows, well, everything.
I assume this is a cookies / backend thing, although switching back to the Blue theme makes 'view unread' behave again.

Minor bugbear, otherwise I quite like the new theme.
Might take a little getting used to on my mobile though. Cheers Brian


Yeah do 'mark all posts as read' and then it should work ok from then on.

jimmybhoy wrote:WOah ,left the shades in the car.......never thought id say this......i prefer the b b b bloo


Back to fogblue for you then :lol:

RatCav wrote:After using it for a few days I am liking it lots now. A bit bright maybe, but much cleaner.


Glad your beginning to like it mate :thumbup:
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