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  • BenjMac
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    I'll try it, thanks.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Take the code above:

    Code:
    .private-message-widget .folder-link 
    {
    color: #xxxxxx;
    }
    Put it in your css_additional.css template. For color codes go to: http://www.w3schools.com/tags/ref_colorpicker.asp

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  • BenjMac
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    Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
    You need to overwrite the CSS using the css_additional.css template. That is what it is there for.
    Originally posted by BenjMac View Post
    At this point if I was to know exactly what to paste in the add css box I'd be done. Yeah, I'd probably change my text to black
    Sorry about long post above.

    Hey Mr. Luke, I'd bet it would take you what, a minute to type the exact code I would need to add? What do you say? Unless maybe you're not here for that?

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  • BenjMac
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    Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
    You need to overwrite the CSS using the css_additional.css template. That is what it is there for.
    True, but it being there and someone unfamiliar with doing it finding the instructions to complete it is two different things, - know what I mean?

    For instance do you realize the steps "I" have to go through? I searched to found out I could look up on Youtube how to add additional css - so I learned where its done at. - not too bad.

    Next, I found through google this question has been asked before and a code was given (understand I have no clue how to write codes myself?) and this is what I see:

    .private-message-widget .folder-link
    {
    color: #xxxxxx;
    }

    #1 But is that (with the x's replaced) exactly how I'm supposed to paste it in???

    Also, from the same thread another problem arises from the guy who evidently was fortunate enough to know the answer to #1 - seems his text was bolded.

    SO, he's given what "you" might would think is a simple solution to "Add font-weight:normal; to the above CSS" BUT on top of "me" not knowing if the code above is exactly how I'm supposed to paste it I have no clue where or how to write in the "font-weight normal" into the code - know what I mean? - This (writing codes) isn't everyday stuff that people typically know and after everything I found about how to fix the problem I (average Joe) still don't have enough instructions how to complete the procedure properly. - therein lies the problem in that it is difficult to find complete instructions for the average Joe....I'm not trying to be a smart aleck but merely wondering if you really realize what the average Joe that buys your software is up against?

    At this point if I was to know exactly what to paste in the add css box I'd be done. Yeah, I'd probably change my text to black

    I like your "soft"ware but short of taking classes or something these seemingly minor issues in your world are "hard" to get complete answers to in my world.

    Not sure what hardware you purchased though. We don't sell hardware.
    I learn something new everyday...
    Last edited by BenjMac; Mon 4th Nov '13, 2:00am.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    You need to overwrite the CSS using the css_additional.css template. That is what it is there for.

    Not sure what hardware you purchased though. We don't sell hardware.

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  • BenjMac
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    I found out the message center text color is inattentively tied into the primary_module_subheader_text_color. Further, I understand one could add code into the css template but unfortunately I’m one of those who bought this vbulletin hardware who find such a task more of a challenge than I’m prepared to undertake.

    The good news in this case, should others in my position run into this problem, is that I found where I could separately change the background in the message center under side bar navigation setting so the white text can be seen and thankfully don’t have to change my primary colors so that the message center is functional…sigh.

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  • BenjMac
    started a topic Need some help finding a setting

    Need some help finding a setting

    The text on my message centers is white (Inbox, Sent Items, New Folder, etc.) and very hard to see. I can't seem to find the setting to change this color. Any help in locating this setting would be appreciated. Thanks.
    Last edited by BenjMac; Sat 2nd Nov '13, 3:12pm.

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