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  • Way Off-Topic What style do you use in your AdminCP?

    My apologies if this poll has already been posted

    I'm just curious as to what style everyone is using for their AdminCP... I myself use the vBulletin 2 Default style coz I like going retro - been using vBulletin since they launched the revolutionary 2.x version years ago.

    So what style do you use in your AdminCP?

    - T
    32
    vBulletin 2 Default
    12.50%
    4
    vBulletin 3 Default
    28.13%
    9
    vBulletin 3 Frontend
    12.50%
    4
    vBulletin 3 Manual
    9.38%
    3
    vBulletin 3 Silver
    21.88%
    7
    Other (customized)
    15.63%
    5
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  • #2
    default.. see no need to switch.
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    • #3
      I, also, use the vBulletin 2 Default style.

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      • #4
        I use vBulletin 3 Silver.
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        • #5
          Whatever is the default...
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          • #6
            I am biased, the manual .. since that's the one I created - because it has no images really and loads quick, and I find it easier to read. And it looks less old fashioned.

            In 3.7 the default is Silver

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            • #7
              It depends of my mood, vB3 Default, Frontend or Manual...

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              • #8
                I have a dark style for my admin cp. To match my dark personality... heh, heh.
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                • #9
                  Right now I use the vBulletin 3 default one, but I'm working on a couple of custom ones for the sake of matching my site.
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                  • #10
                    I think the manual style is the best. It's the only one I find useable at all. The others are hard to read in comparison.

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                    • #11
                      I created one based off our default skin.
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                      • #12
                        I still don't get why the default was the darker blue/orange. It always made sense to me to make vB 3 frontend the default, so that it matches a stock vB installation.

                        Naturally, I use vB 3 frontend.
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Floris View Post
                          I am biased, the manual .. since that's the one I created - because it has no images really and loads quick, and I find it easier to read. And it looks less old fashioned.

                          In 3.7 the default is Silver
                          Hmmm you're right it does load quicker.

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                          • #14
                            I love the old vb2 classic style. not sure why...

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                            • #15
                              I use the standard because I never found one I liked, and it was completely uneccessary to change it.

                              At one point we wanted it to grab the style ID you had on the forum, but then we thought...why? A control panel should look different, like a control panel, where serious options are changed, selected, used. etc.

                              I think it psychologically tells you, be careful in here and don't f--- up.

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