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    dribbly is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Default tigra theme and opera compatibility

    hi guys, 2 things i wanted to bring to your attention
    1- when i use the tigra theme on the top right corner it reads ForumTemplates.com. i was wondering if an admin can change that to read stoptazmo manga community or something like that (little things like those REALLY REALLY bug me :P). yes i know that that may be alot to ask for especially since im new here.
    2- hiding the maga dl links doesnt work on opera . they still show up even after hiding them in the settings menu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dribbly View Post
    hi guys, 2 things i wanted to bring to your attention
    1- when i use the tigra theme on the top right corner it reads ForumTemplates.com. i was wondering if an admin can change that to read stoptazmo manga community or something like that (little things like those REALLY REALLY bug me :P). yes i know that that may be alot to ask for especially since im new here.
    2- hiding the maga dl links doesnt work on opera . they still show up even after hiding them in the settings menu.
    1. I fixed the layout.
    2. I do not have Opera so I am not aware of any issues with things, but I will see if someone can maybe investigate this but it will probably take some time.

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    Opera@USB : EN : download your free version of mobile Opera:

    I grabbed that and tried it out... Opera is... interesting to say the least.

    Anyway, I did a lot of testing for shits and giggles (I'm bored...), looked through the source code, etc... and I could not get it to work on opera. Then all of a sudden it did, when I screwed with a few java script settings. Turned them all back off, logged out, went through one by one logging back in... then it wasn't working again. Turned them all off, logged in again and I had categories hidden in opera again! O_o

    After a few minutes of cursing several deities of choice, I found that Hide Categories does not work unless you log in with the 'Remember Me' setting checked.

    I have tested this both in opera and firefox, the behavior is universal (also had another member confirm this little bug for me on her machine with her account). Hope that helps you out some in your quest Kane, because it makes no sense to me. For now it might be a work around you can add to the 'hide categories' setting screen. :\
    Vol~

    thanks to Silverwmoon!

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    dribbly is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    thanks you guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by Volvogga View Post
    After a few minutes of cursing several deities of choice, I found that Hide Categories does not work unless you log in with the 'Remember Me' setting checked.
    Wait, that was the problem?! I figured this out 2 month ago.

 

 

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