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    Flirting With The Redline 2000 Posts! monhaued's Avatar
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    New Layout?

    Is there going to be a new layout? The default vbulletin 4.0 layout is hideous, and several of my forums are using it now because they haven't come up with a new layout.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Afflo View Post
    For the record, Stephen Hawking has proven, via fancy mathematics and strange experiments with a particle collider, that the city of Bakersfield exists in the plains of Oklahoma, and a strange bubble in space allows it easy geographic access to the Inland Empire. Merced and Fresno are out of luck.

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    This forum seems the same to me as before. What part are you talking about?
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    Flirting With The Redline 2000 Posts! monhaued's Avatar
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    I'm talking about the stylesheet used. For example, we don't have the curvy sign picture in the heading anymore (and we had that contest!!). Also, the color scheme is the default, which a lot of vbulletin sites are using right now instead of their own color scheme.

    Just curious if the colors and graphics are going to be updated or changed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Afflo View Post
    For the record, Stephen Hawking has proven, via fancy mathematics and strange experiments with a particle collider, that the city of Bakersfield exists in the plains of Oklahoma, and a strange bubble in space allows it easy geographic access to the Inland Empire. Merced and Fresno are out of luck.

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    Hmm, I see a curvy sign, top left this is what I see (and in it, says BeginnerBikers.org)




    Do you see that?
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    Flirting With The Redline 2000 Posts! monhaued's Avatar
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    Yes, I see that curvy sign, but I was referring to the banner we used to have with a bike parked next to a curvy sign on a road.

    The one we had this contest for: http://www.beginnerbikers.org/showth...test-VOTE-HERE!

    Speaking of, what happen?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Afflo View Post
    For the record, Stephen Hawking has proven, via fancy mathematics and strange experiments with a particle collider, that the city of Bakersfield exists in the plains of Oklahoma, and a strange bubble in space allows it easy geographic access to the Inland Empire. Merced and Fresno are out of luck.

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    Tom, Thanks for the update!
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