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Charlotte Appleton
Aug 19, 2017

Forum Colour Scheme.

3 comments

Due to recent user emails describing problems with the forum's colour scheme, I have changed it to good old black and white. Some users (it seems to be Windows and Internet Explorer users) were viewing a white box and white text colour when typing. That's no good really is it!? So I hope this colour scheme works for everyone.

 

Thank you for the feedback, I will do everything I can to make sure the forum works well for all members :)

Henry Artist
Aug 20, 2017

Yay!

* Polite golf clap *

Charlotte Appleton
Aug 20, 2017

Glad you can see your letters now Henry !

Noisy Andrew
Aug 23, 2017Edited: Aug 23, 2017

Who'd have thought Windows and IE (explorer) would be a problem?

~rolls eyes~

While it seems most people on the interwebs use Chrome (google), there are many other good browsers out there for the folk who are not fans of Google. These work a little snappier than IE and are much more secure.. Firefox is a reasonable choice too.

You'll likely get a better experience all over the web and not just on Steamclinic..

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