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    New look

    The new look is hard to tell where the new post are, the color of the new ones and old ones are almost the same, can this be changed?
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    I agree and hope it can be changed, as well.
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    I love the new look, but agree with the others about the new post color. Again, over all the new look is awesome!

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    I've sent a request to the developer, but it can't be changed on our end. If he is able / willing to make the change, it will mean releasing a new version of the template, a new install and re-installation of all the mods.

    I'm willing to do that, but it's not likely to happen quickly.

    I think the trade off's between this template and the old one are worth it. I think it is a much cleaner, relaxing look.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeanB
    I think the trade off's between this template and the old one are worth it. I think it is a much cleaner, relaxing look.
    100% agree with this.....I think the new look is easier on the eyes and I can still see the new posts although the colors are similar...

    Thanks for all your work on this site, Sean.....we all really appreciate it!!
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    I don't like the NEW POSTS thing.
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    That a little better for new post ??
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    Yes it is. For a second there, all it said was
    [align=center]NEW
    POST[/align]
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    Quote Originally Posted by sevver
    Yes it is. For a second there, all it said was
    [align=center]NEW
    POST[/align]
    That was when I was moving the icon.....You caught me...
    Steve
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    Thanks Steve! Now the envelope for new posts is blue so it should be easier to distinguish.
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    Yay!!!
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    Sta-Rite Max-E-Glass with a 1.5 hp Emerson motor
    WaterCo Micron High Rate sand filter S750 490 lb, 4883 sq ft - using ZeoBest
    In floor Polaris cleaning system
    Blue Diamond robot for those after storm days when I can't wait overnight for the in floor to clean it.

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    Along the same lines as the envelope color, I miss the little 'orange paper' on each new post... the posts I had read had a white paper, while the new posts had an orange one (tiny, right before the 'posted' date, time, and subject at the top of the post) Made it easy to scroll down to the new posts in each thread...

    If ya can't fix it, that's ok; I will adapt, as I am a most clever mermaid!

    ETA oh, and clickable links are VERY difficult to distinguish from regular text... sometimes they are underlined, and sometimes not, and the ones that are not look just the same as the normal text. TF Test Kits is an example... you can barely tell it is a link to Dave's site.

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    I still like subsilver the best. It is easy on the eyes and things like topics with new posts stand out well!

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