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Re: Forum layout

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village wrote:No.

tbh its one of the clearer and easier to read layouts...
Agree entirely... And with signatures off, it gets easier :silent:
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Re: Forum layout

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f1colin wrote:
village wrote:No.

tbh its one of the clearer and easier to read layouts...
Agree entirely... And with signatures off, it gets easier :silent:
Says the man with a 7 line sig. :lol:
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LOL!!!!
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I have no problems with navigating between posts and I have less than 20-15 vision. The subtle difference between the blue shades, white line and post header all provide a very clear distinction between posts, even when viewed with a mild hangover, such as the one I am experiencing this morning. However, I am reading this on a modern computer screen with decent resolution.
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OK, something is going on here and I'm not sure what it is. I'm now on a different computer and can clearly see white lines between the posts that are light, then dark, alternating blue tints. It is clear as a bell where one post ends and the other begins. However, on my work computer, which has two $700 monitors, the posts just blend together, even with the signatures turned off. I can only see the change by the bold letters titling the next post.

I have never noticed any such anomaly between the two computers. Please bear with me on this. Clearly I have an issue with my monitor at work that I have never noticed. I suppose the contrast is probably way off.
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if you're having trouble seeing the blue, and the white line between posts... i'd suggest your monitor is seriously out of calibration and/or your have your brightness set way way too high, making the blues and whites blend together.

Reset your monitor to factory defaults and then try again ;)

on my calibrated macbook screen, i can see every single separate post clear as day in blue boxes with white around them.
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should've gone to specsavers (other opticians are available)...?
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