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Title: FORUM: chenge m color for the "search words"
Post by: cecofuli on 2016-06-09, 17:21:00
Hello...
Maybe it's my problem, but when I search something in the forum, it's difficult to read the words, because they are white
And, with light blue as a background, it isn't pleasant to read.
Is it possible to do something?

(http://www.francescolegrenzi.com/Temp/Corona/0081_Forum.jpg)
Title: Re: FORUM: chenge m color for the "search words"
Post by: Frood on 2016-06-09, 17:24:15
+1 I was always to lazy to "report" it :) Orange!

Good Luck

Title: Re: FORUM: chenge m color for the "search words"
Post by: pokoy on 2016-06-09, 19:38:07
Absolutely!
Title: Re: FORUM: chenge m color for the "search words"
Post by: TomG on 2016-06-09, 20:11:52
Could be good!
Title: Re: FORUM: chenge m color for the "search words"
Post by: mraw on 2016-06-09, 20:18:10
would be awesome.
Title: Re: FORUM: chenge m color for the "search words"
Post by: Frood on 2016-06-09, 20:34:30
Could be good!

Pardon? Did not understand.

;)

Title: Re: FORUM: chenge m color for the "search words"
Post by: Jahman on 2016-06-09, 20:51:26
for those who familiar with greasemonkey this user script could be useful
Title: Re: FORUM: chenge m color for the "search words"
Post by: MartinBrinks on 2016-06-10, 01:26:59
Yep, please change it, it's a real pain to search as it is now
Title: Re: FORUM: chenge m color for the "search words"
Post by: maru on 2016-06-10, 12:26:39
would be great

just a note: if you know what you are searching for, then how can you not understand what is written there? :D
Title: Re: FORUM: chenge m color for the "search words"
Post by: romullus on 2016-06-10, 12:33:13
Good point. Unless... you forgot what you've searched for :]
Title: Re: FORUM: chenge m color for the "search words"
Post by: Frood on 2016-06-10, 12:35:24
It´s arduous to quick-browse the results with those "missing" words because at least my brain doesn´t get the complete phrase all at once...

Good Luck!
Title: Re: FORUM: chenge m color for the "search words"
Post by: MartinBrinks on 2016-06-10, 12:42:39
If your search includes more than one word, there's no telling what word is highlighted in the search results. So being really alert and fully awake with a perfect functioning memory doesn't help much ;-)
Title: Re: FORUM: chenge m color for the "search words"
Post by: Ondra on 2016-06-10, 17:11:32
fixed
Title: Re: FORUM: chenge m color for the "search words"
Post by: cecofuli on 2016-06-10, 17:24:32
(^____^)
Title: Re: FORUM: chenge m color for the "search words"
Post by: romullus on 2016-06-10, 17:49:47
For me it's still white. Probably i need to remove cookies? Anyway, i'm able to read white text on light background pretty easily, but for me it's almost impossible to read blue text on dark grey background in Corona for 3ds max render settings, unless i poke my nose to monitor :]
Title: Re: FORUM: chenge m color for the "search words"
Post by: Ondra on 2016-06-11, 14:07:00
try Ctrl+F5
Title: Re: FORUM: chenge m color for the "search words"
Post by: romullus on 2016-06-11, 14:25:37
Thanks, it works now! But i have one big issue with forum now. I always use Show unread posts since last visit to catch up with latest posts. I click on first topic with unread post(s), go to that topic, read posts, click back button to return and list with unread posts updates automatically. But since yesterday, clicking back doesn't update that list anymore and i have to update it manually. That is very very inconvenient. Was anything done to forum that could change its behaviour recently?
Title: Re: FORUM: chenge m color for the "search words"
Post by: Ondra on 2016-06-11, 14:30:36
nope, no other change. I recommend using the middle mouse button to open the topic in new tab
Title: Re: FORUM: chenge m color for the "search words"
Post by: romullus on 2016-06-11, 16:16:02
Ok, thanks for clarification. I'll try to investigate if it's something that has changed on my side. New tab is not a viable substitute really.
Title: Re: FORUM: chenge m color for the "search words"
Post by: maru on 2016-06-14, 13:54:44
I just scroll/ctrl-click on all of them and the go through all of them :)
Title: Re: FORUM: chenge m color for the "search words"
Post by: maru on 2016-06-15, 11:52:53
Don't want to start another thread and I have another internal forum request: check "return to this topic" by default. I always have to check this manually to see if I didn't make any typos or if the images are loaded ok. Would be good to have this unless others don't want it. I know there is preview option for this, but for me it would be additional unnecessary click. Also, I don't see much sense in returning to the main forum section after posting a message.
Title: Re: FORUM: chenge m color for the "search words"
Post by: romullus on 2016-06-15, 13:13:29
You can do that in your profile.
Title: Re: FORUM: chenge m color for the "search words"
Post by: maru on 2016-06-15, 14:28:57
I'll just go cry in the corner.
Title: Re: FORUM: chenge m color for the "search words"
Post by: sprayer on 2016-06-17, 17:43:28
may i suggest to increase size of font at main page, it's too small for me, hard to read, and forum button place at top menu. Tkanks
Title: Re: FORUM: chenge m color for the "search words"
Post by: maru on 2016-06-17, 17:50:21
Not sure about other browsers, but in Firefox you can just Ctrl+Scroll up to zoom in. The setting will be remembered. The font size is not too low for me, and I am using a pretty small monitor with pretty high resolution...
Title: Re: FORUM: chenge m color for the "search words"
Post by: sprayer on 2016-06-17, 18:04:26
Not sure about other browsers, but in Firefox you can just Ctrl+Scroll up to zoom in. The setting will be remembered. The font size is not too low for me, and I am using a pretty small monitor with pretty high resolution...
you are right it's browser issue
http://imagizer.imageshack.com/img924/9105/jJ5Q0J.png
from left - IE11, mozilla, vivaldi, opera
in chromium browsers different font and hard to read