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I've Zoomed screensize to 125%...... it reduces the blank spaces, and increases font size. Not sure what it will do for images, when inserted with posts or threads.?
Good question; your zoom is only what you see, it will not effect the post or what anyone else sees, as it's only zoomed via your application / browser.
 

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Thanks Geoff.

The old 'Quote' is now 'Reply' so could that please be changed to 'Quote Reply' ?

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That's been changed back to "Quote Reply". When I did a refresh install I missed that update what we did prior.

How can I change my signature?

How can I change font and colour and size of ancestor names list?

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Dave
This is not possible as it's generated via our style-sheets, if you recommend any colour etc I can edit it to suit.

Could the census be moved from being sub-forums please? It's good to be able to see the name of the last poster, etc...

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I'll have a look at this asap.
 

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Thanks.

Re the default font etc, I've got around it by doing what Steve did and that's hitting Ctrl+ a few times.

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Just received a warning from my browser. Now I can't find the 'quote' codes to but the following in quotes. I added them manually.

If you are browsing on an encrypted connection (https://), Opera will check to ensure that all parts of the site are encrypted. If Opera detects that any live elements of the page, for example scripts, plugins, or frames, are being served by an open connection (http://), it will block the insecure content. This means parts of the page may not display properly.
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