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So I arrive at LO today, and see that some icons have changed yet again. Nothing bad so far, except that now I get a huge "You have X post(s) in this thread, last Nth December 2005" before any thread I've posted in.
(1) I really couldn't care less how many posts I have in the thread, and (2) it throws off the formatting, making that row in the forum really high & wide. :x How do I get rid of it? The other colour scheme you have, "neomarines" doesn't have it, but that colour scheme is crap, so using that is really not an option.
There's really no need to keep fiddling around with the settings every fortnight or so. If it ain't broke, don't fix it. It seems to me that something changes everytime I revisit.:wacko:
All the old Specialist Games resources are currently being uploaded at the Tactical Command forums, and you can find them here: http://www.sg.tacticalwargames.net/fanatic/.
I updated the forum today because I think someone was exploiting the previous version. But when I uploaded the new files I forgot the image files so they got overwritten by the standard VB icons/images. Because of that I had to replace them all again fast
When you see that text, its just because the image failed to load and you got the text instead. Try now!
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I think the layout of the forum looks greate now. Good work
Anacron, if you visited more often, you'd know that actually something WAS broken, and it WAS fixed, hence the resulting look of the forum.
Many people are at the end of their tether with your attitude. Shape up or ship out.
Thread locked. we know we have issues. we're working on it best we can. Until then, enjoy what you have, a few hours ago you didnt have even that.
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