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    Site upgrade (vBulletin 4.1.10) today (Fri 27th) -- report any issues here

    We upgraded the site to vBulletin v4.1.10 today.

    Our testing shows no major issues, but we can't test everything.

    We had to re-load all the site skins, so you settings may need adjustments

    Changes:
    - The site editor has been improved
    - The mobile skin has been improved
    - The site skin internals (stylevars) have been improved
    - Various bugs fixes
    Last edited by Kym; 27-01-2012 at 10:43am.
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    I've put the enhanced image uploader back online

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    Any chance of returning the dark grey theme?

    The radioactive green is hard on my eyes. :-(

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    I am finding that light green border a bit much also, and the Black Stealth ( not supported ) is a little too dark.

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    The site skins get a regular update (they are from an Australian developer, in Sydney). As soon as he updates them, we generally apply them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mary Anne View Post
    I am finding that light green border a bit much also, and the Black Stealth ( not supported ) is a little too dark.
    I'm in a similar boat, in that the site default is too garish, and the black stealth is a bit too busy.

    It looks like we need to wait until the developers update their themes...

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    Dark grey is back

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    Thanks So Much Kym the dark grey is so much better for my eyes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mary Anne View Post
    Thanks So Much Kym the dark grey is so much better for my eyes
    Ditto to that.

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    FYI I'm trying to minimise the number of skins, there are 8 or so colour variations of each, but we take a performance hit that I want to avoid

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    Dark grey is the new black
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kym View Post
    FYI I'm trying to minimise the number of skins, there are 8 or so colour variations of each, but we take a performance hit that I want to avoid
    I think that's fair enough. Dark grey is good for me. Others may have other preferences, but to some extent it's down to "how AP wants to present itself."
    Would it make anyone not participate if there was only 4 skins available?
    No issues arising from the upgrade (yet).

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    The member pop-out (when you click the member name on a post) has had a formatting fix.

    Overall this release of vBulletin has been very stable and has not caused many issues.
    A bunch of back end things have been sorted that makes my life easier.

    We were expecting attachments on PMs but this has been deferred to 4.1.11 (backlog) so hopefully we'll see that in a month or so.

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    Not sure if this is an issue with the upgrade, or the newer version of FF I installed a little while ago; large photographs that are bigger than my laptop screen are now cropped where they go off the screen when they used to have a small scrollbar to let you see the rest of the image. It makes critique difficult on the larger images when the subject is on the right hand side of the image.

    I'm using Firefox v9.0.1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 98kellrs View Post
    Not sure if this is an issue with the upgrade, or the newer version of FF I installed a little while ago; large photographs that are bigger than my laptop screen are now cropped where they go off the screen when they used to have a small scrollbar to let you see the rest of the image. It makes critique difficult on the larger images when the subject is on the right hand side of the image.

    I'm using Firefox v9.0.1.
    I used to have that issue and it was one of the add-ons I had in FF causing it, can't remember which one, but once I removed it, FF came right. You could also try Ctrl and + Ctrl and - to resize the screen and see if that works. Ctrl and 0 returns you to default

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