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Old 13th October 2009
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Default New, claustrophobic forum style: How to undo

Since creating this thread, the admin have kindly allowed us to choose the forum style. There is a drop-down at the bottom left of the page, or you can find it in the User CP under 'edit options'. The option you are looking for is right at the bottom, called 'Forum Skin'.


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I'm sure there is someone, somewhere that will find this cramped, only-half-your-screen format desireable, but for the rest of us, could someone familiar with greasemonkey scripts code up something to restore it to sanity?
It looks like we might just need to nuke these two new styles:
Code:
.MAINWIDTH { max-width: 60em; }

pre.alt2 { max-width: 50em; }
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Last edited by robbak; 18th October 2009 at 04:06 AM. Reason: editing for changes to forum design.
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