When I came to the forums today, my theme had changed. I had Vincent but now it’s the Dark theme. I tried changing the theme and then selecting Vincent again but it defaults back to Dark. I restarted my laptop but that didn’t help. I logged out and back in. Still the same. Anyone else having this problem?
(I just saw that someone else posted about this. I didn’t see that when I started my post.)
Vincent has been the theme I’ve used since we started here. It always seems to be the black sheep of the group. It’s has bugs, it breaks more often, it doesn’t have some of the features the other themes have. It wasn’t until this site that I knew that website skins are more than just different color palettes. At least here, different skins cause the site to behave differently.
In addition to what @Aspenglow glow mentioned. I’m also seeing a big gap between the bottom of the text within a post and the bottom of the post itself. On my screen there’s a space about an inch high there.
Also, the quote button shows up in entirely the wrong place, about 6 lines below what you’re trying to quote. And white text on a black background in a white outlined rectangle on a page with white text on a black background isn’t helpful.
Here’s what I’m seeing. Notice what I highlighted and where the quote button is, as well as their respective color schemes.
(Testing, did they at least fix the bug with Vincent where anything in “bold” is actually slightly less bold and, in fact, unless someone says ‘my bolding’, it usually goes unnoticed. This sentence should be bold.) ETA, yes, they did, it actually looks bolded
Sorry, Chonos, I just needed to experiment with quoting something from another thread.
Full quote (with just a link to the post)
ETA, looks like quotes from other threads still only give us an avatar and not the username (not even when hovering). What’s odd is that in the preview it gives only the username. No avatar, no link to the other thread, nothing.
Also, I noticed that if you click on the avatar, it expands the partial quote to a full quote, similar to clicking on the up arrow on a quote. Was that always a thing and I never noticed it?