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New Theme
#11
Do not like at all. Smile Very not usable on iOS/iPhone.
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#12
Renders the non-mobile site on my phone. Not responsive at all.
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#13
With the fixed-width theme, text doesn't wrap anymore, so the forum isn't usable unless your browser is wider than about 1000 pixels. Probably not an issue for most, but I often have a smaller browser window when I am multi-tasking on a laptop, so the change isn't very positive for me.

I'm also missing the mobile theme. The desktop site renders fine on my phone, but without any mobile optimization it's just annoying to use, especially when I only follow a couple of threads.
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#14
Is it possible to change page elements to match colours in the logo?
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#15
(01-26-2018, 10:54 AM)timio Wrote: Renders the non-mobile site on my phone.  Not responsive at all.

Like I said, in order to get the responsive version of the theme, I've got to shell out for it.  Didn't want to do that without making sure the rest worked.

Will go back to the mobile plugin....that work?
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#16
(01-26-2018, 03:36 PM)Bob_McBob Wrote: With the fixed-width theme, text doesn't wrap anymore, so the forum isn't usable unless your browser is wider than about 1000 pixels. Probably not an issue for most, but I often have a smaller browser window when I am multi-tasking on a laptop, so the change isn't very positive for me.

I'm also missing the mobile theme. The desktop site renders fine on my phone, but without any mobile optimization it's just annoying to use, especially when I only follow a couple of threads.

It's not a fixed width theme, so not sure what issue you're experienceing.  Resizes based on whatever window size I'm using unless I make it tiny.
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#17
(01-26-2018, 05:59 PM)dunkalunk Wrote: Is it possible to change page elements to match colours in the logo?

Ya it should be.  Will have to play around and find out the various colour codes to get them to match.


You mean converting the aqua blue to the green right?
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#18
(01-26-2018, 06:55 PM)Spokes Wrote:
(01-26-2018, 03:36 PM)Bob_McBob Wrote: With the fixed-width theme, text doesn't wrap anymore, so the forum isn't usable unless your browser is wider than about 1000 pixels. Probably not an issue for most, but I often have a smaller browser window when I am multi-tasking on a laptop, so the change isn't very positive for me.

I'm also missing the mobile theme. The desktop site renders fine on my phone, but without any mobile optimization it's just annoying to use, especially when I only follow a couple of threads.

It's not a fixed width theme, so not sure what issue you're experienceing.  Resizes based on whatever window size I'm using unless I make it tiny.

Not quite fixed-width but it does expect the window width to be at least 1024px or so (the old XGA screen width), below that you need to use the horizontal scroll bar.
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#19
Whatever you did it’s made it wonderful again on mobile. Thank you!
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#20
Looks good Spokes. Thanks
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