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Old 02-09-2020, 01:05 PM
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Originally Posted by OurWorkbench View Post
Actually, I was referring to what you stated in your instructional pdf about posting images, "There does seem to be a problem for anybody trying to upload an image file that takes up more than 2MB, which means the size chart in the upload dialog box is wrong. reason yet unknown." Has that changed?
i have no idea. i always take the courteous route and compress my photos before upload.
i've been doing that since the board started, back in 2006.
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Old 02-11-2020, 01:32 PM
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hooray Dates and times posted are clearly read on my puter now. Thanks to whomever.
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Old 02-11-2020, 08:35 PM
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The changes have made it easier on me as well, I still have my vision issues but the sparklies I was getting at first have largely gone away. I always do best with dark text on a light ground, but the banner colors and thickness of the white text are readable for me now, at first I was having a lot of problems with reverse text.

There's some nice features, maybe because they are new I'll actually use and discover the ones I never knew about in the old board. But I am noticing the bolding and other changes in fonts between threads I've read and haven't, I like the click on the quote thing. And although I would like to be able to tab or otherwise move between pictures once I enlarge one, I rather like the thumbnail approach. I do notice though that my pictures taken with my camera click up larger than some I am presuming got taken with a phone.

I've been through many forums and many styles over the years, I'm so glad the gamer black background with vivid aqua letters has gone, those burned holes right through my eyes and into my brain!
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Old 02-14-2020, 12:41 AM
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Originally Posted by Iceblossom View Post
I always do best with dark text on a light ground, but the banner colors and thickness of the white text are readable for me now, at first I was having a lot of problems with reverse text.
There is actually something you can do about that! There is a browser add-on called Dark Reader, it will convert any web page you're browsing into a dark color with light text. It's available for Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. Hope this helps!
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