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Old 12-04-2001
Error Use of colours.

Any chance you might change the icon's that indicate New/No New Posts in the forum. For those who suffer colour blindness of varrying degrees it has become a bit of a problem (myself included) with the new colour scheme.

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Old 12-04-2001
I just found this option:

Go to "User CP", then click "Edit Options". Near the bottom of the screen, you will see an option called "Style Set". The drop down at the bottom will let you select the "Original Gray". This is what you were used to. Other interesting styles are XP (As in Windows XP - kind of ironic, no?), and InfoPop.

If you have any trouble finding these options, please post back.
Have a nice day!
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Old 12-04-2001
Yes, we use the 'Original Grey' as well.. because the Christmas colors are a little hard on the eyes. Thanks, LivinFree for explaining to the poster how to change the style.
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Old 12-04-2001
Thanks guys.

Worked a treat - I can see again. Smilie
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Old 12-12-2001
We have made a number of small changes to the "Original Grey" style, include a new graphic designed by our friends at

Graphic Title: The Abyss
Artist: Johan Lindgren
Adaptation by: Neo
CLICK HERE to view this forum style !!

There are other styles available to select in your "User CP" area:

Try another one by CLICKING HERE!

Or Perhaps this old UBB style HERE !!

Many more to choose from.... in This part of the USER CP... HERE.
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