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Old 12th October 2009
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FYI.

Forums will be down for a vBulletin upgrade for about 30 minutes later today.
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Update done.

I also changed the maximum width of the page. This should be better for readability. The maximum width is now 60em (max-width: 60em;), this should be fine for almost everyone, but if you have problems please let me know.

Also note this won't work for certain versions of a certain browser, I don't think I need to explain which browser I'm talking about.
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You can now choose between the new fixed with layout and the old fluid width layout.

You can select the stle in the bottom-left corner of any page, or in your UserCP under "Edit Options".

The fixed width layout is the default.
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