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    This seems like it should be easy to find, but so far I haven’t been able to determine which template controls the font color for new threads or new posts. I am pretty sure that’s where it would be controlled from.

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    Admin CP -> Styles & Templates -> Style Manager -> « » -> Postbit Templates -> postbit or postbit_legacy (depending on which layout you use)

    Find this code and add the red code:

    Code:
    		<!-- message -->
    		<div style="color: #123456">$post[message]</div>
    		<!-- / message -->
    Replace #123456 with whatever color code you want.

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    • #3
      Thanks for the help, I really appreciate it; I found the code and added the insert with the color I wanted with the following result. The color doesn’t change unless you roll the cursor over it; ideally what I would like is that the thread title shows the new color when new posts have been added alerting users that there new posts. I know there are icons for this but sometimes its just easier to look for bold bright text.

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      • #4
        Oh, are you talking about the thread titles on forumdisplay pages? Try this:

        Admin CP -> Styles & Templates -> Style Manager -> « » -> Threadbit Templates -> threadbit

        Add the red code:

        Code:
        			$thread[movedprefix]
        			$thread[typeprefix]
        			<a href="showthread.php?$session[sessionurl]t=$thread[threadid]$thread[highlight]"><if condition="$show['gotonewpost']"><span style="color: #123456"><strong>$thread[threadtitle]</strong></span><else />$thread[threadtitle]</if></a>
        This will add color to the bold links of threads with new posts.

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        • #5
          That's the ticket; worked like a champ! Thanks again for your help.

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