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Hemlock_Mike

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I have used a white background for years and mine suddenly went to the dark background. I can't find how to change it back.... Anybody??
HMike
 

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There was like a format button and you could change the forum style. Cant find it bow but I am on my phone so it may noy load.
 

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Would like to know how to switch themes as well. Searched my usercp but came up with nothing.
 

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Check down at the bottum under the active users list. IIRC it was down there.
 

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Yeah I havnt seen it in a while. When was the last time it was the corrsct background?
 

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Hmm. Maybe something to do with your computer then? I havnt seen that button in a while. But then again im not always looking for it. Maybe a computer restart. Seems to fix any client side issues. If not pm coldshadow?
 

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I didn't know you could change the color, mine has been a dark grey for as long as ive been here.
 

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Avery had to remove them for some reason, he said he might be able to re-add them in the future.
 

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Well theres the answer to why they are gone. But if we all see the dark backgrou d and he is the only one with white then theres something weird going on
 

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There's a thing browsers have called a cache - it basically stores websites and data so it can help load them faster next time. Sometimes it takes a little while for your browser to realize the webpage has changed. Usually rebooting, or pressing F5/force refresh fixes it.
 

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I'm still in the dark -- Ever get a dark newspaper?
This messes with my mind --- Good night guys
Thanks -- HMike
 

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Thats why I suggested the restart. That usually fixes 90% of the issues I have at work. Didnt know about F5 in the browser to force refresh.
 




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