What do all these symbols mean?


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by bertwert » Sun Mar 15, 2015 6:19 pm
There have been times when I didn't know what all these symbols meant,
but here I have provided a list so you know what these symbols mean.

The raspite theme:
An Announce (Green) is at the top of that particular sub-forum; a Global (Red) is at the top of all the forums; a Sticky (Blue) is a thread stuck at the top of the sub-forum.
Image - Topic is unread
Image - Topic is locked
Image - Attachment

The prosilver theme:
A read topic has a blue border; an unread topic has a red border.
Image - Announcement
Image - Sticky topic
Image - Read topic
Image - Unread topic
Image - Topic that you have posted in
Image - Hot topic
Image - Locked topic
Image - Moved topic
Image - Forum with subforums (which have been read)
Image - Link forum
Image - Attachment
Image - Go to last post in the topic
Image - Go to last unread post in the topic
Image - Subforum read
Image - Subforum unread
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by mahjongg » Sun Mar 15, 2015 9:14 pm
these symbols apply to both the raspite and the pro silver theme.

They do? never seen them in raspite, only in pro silver, except perhaps the tiny symbols, like the paperclip.
Also al these symbols are always black in raspite. I believe your list is only valid for default phpbb themes.
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by bertwert » Sun Mar 15, 2015 9:20 pm
mahjongg wrote:these symbols apply to both the raspite and the pro silver theme.

They do? never seen them in raspite, only in pro silver, except perhaps the tiny symbols, like the paperclip.

Oh...
The links for these images are the raspite theme link...
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by mahjongg » Sun Mar 15, 2015 9:22 pm
bertwert wrote:
mahjongg wrote:these symbols apply to both the raspite and the pro silver theme.

They do? never seen them in raspite, only in pro silver, except perhaps the tiny symbols, like the paperclip.

Oh...
The links for these images are the raspite theme link...

that doesn't mean that these symbols appear when using the raspite theme, none of them you will ever see when using that theme.
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by Mandrewpi » Mon Mar 16, 2015 2:42 am
Ooooh I just found prosilver, no more boring white everywhere :mrgreen:
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by bertwert » Mon Mar 16, 2015 2:21 pm
Mandrewpi wrote:Ooooh I just found prosilver, no more boring white everywhere :mrgreen:

I prefer prosilver theme :-)
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by mahjongg » Wed Mar 18, 2015 6:56 pm
I massively prefer to use the default theme that everybody uses. That prevents confusion, and besides I actually like raspite, its a lot less busy.

prosilver is simply the default for the engine this BBS runs on, its the same for BBS's everywhere, generic.
Raspite was actually designed for this forum.
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by clive » Wed Mar 18, 2015 9:08 pm
Too much whitespace in Raspite for me, I like condensed information aka busy-ness :)
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by bertwert » Wed Mar 18, 2015 9:25 pm
clive wrote:Too much whitespace in Raspite for me, I like condensed information aka busy-ness :)

I agree
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by DougieLawson » Wed Mar 18, 2015 9:32 pm
clive wrote:Too much whitespace in Raspite for me, I like condensed information aka busy-ness :)

You're the board admin, can't you change it?

There's way too much white space between posts in the forum lists.
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by clive » Thu Mar 19, 2015 12:22 am
DougieLawson wrote:
clive wrote:Too much whitespace in Raspite for me, I like condensed information aka busy-ness :)

You're the board admin, can't you change it?...
I also like pig's brain, poached and then fried in butter with a little sage, served on toast. That's not a reason to make everyone else eat it. ;)
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by ybastan » Thu Mar 19, 2015 7:43 am
I'm color blind sometimes so I usually see black and white. :roll:
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