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 Posted: Sunday October 1st, 2006 05:15 am
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The new theme is called PINKISH and can be found in PREFERENCES when you click on MY ACCOUNT. I thought it was going to be automatic, but I guess it isn't. Only for new members I think.

I will be posting some screen shots of the new theme and how to access and change between the two probably tomorrow or later on this morning.

Sorry about the false alarm, I thought it was going to be an automatic thing.

IF YOU VIEW YOUR SCREEN IN 800x600, The SHADES theme is best for you.

Thanks everyone!!


What is new about the new theme...

  • Side menu bars
  • Quick Links Section with commonly used APSFA links
  • Icon Key
  • Tell A Friend
  • Smaller fonts
  • Ability to add more to the side bar menus
Hopefully people will like this theme. I made sure the colors were the same, so that was not too shocking and tried to go with a user friendly platform...something simple. Hopefully I acheived it. The people who helped me were wonderful!

If you are having issues or found some bugs, please let me know in a new thread in the report a big section.

Thanks!



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 Posted: Sunday October 1st, 2006 07:28 am
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NEW THEME Screen Shots..... How to CHANGE themes is in the next post. It IS possible to switch back and forth. The DEFAULT theme is the new one. So all newbies will be using the new theme.




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 Posted: Sunday October 1st, 2006 07:30 am
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Screen shots on how to switch your theme...

If you are using the old theme...you will follow these screen shots.


        


     





If you are using the NEW PINKISH theme and want to switch back use the following screen shots.




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