Following on from requests, Timothy has installed a really cool dark colour scheme for this forum, it’s called Midnight, and here’s how you access it:
This is how the forum appears with the Midnight theme applied:
No more sizzling retinas… join the dark side folks!
Thank you, its not so glary.
Love it! Thx. Much better.
Bah. Hot pink with teddy bears could make it more kid friendly.
Oh wait!! That’s what major religions do …
they get you with their baptisms while you can’t even provide informed consent!
K, no, that would be EVIL, so never mind.
Love the black!
I know all about that one brother, that is my mums crime.
I’m gonna keep this on even when the sun is shining bright, lol.
I’m bumping this in case the Friday people are different to the Sunday people
- cool eyeball-friendly dark darkness, enjoy!
And anyone on mobile that can’t get it to change, I had to go on pc and set to midnight it automatically sets it on mobile aswell
Just bumping this again to make sure everyone, old and new, gets a chance to save their eyeballs from the glare of the default white scheme.
@RiseorDie I’m on mobile and I’ve changed it without problem.
Eh maybe it was just me then
@RiseorDie I don’t blame you though because it took me some time to figure out how to do. Normally if you’re browsing from Google Chrome, at the place where you have your favorites, the search etc you must have an option to switch from mobile view to computer view (it’s just a box to check). Once you’ve switched to computer view you must see the site exactly the same as if you were on a computer. I wonder if it’s not what I had done to change the skin…
Where are my cookies?!?
Why, stored in your browser of course!
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Sounds like dope cookies to me.
Come to the Light Side, we can see what we’re eating.