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Different colour themes/skins for TJP?

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Different colour themes/skins for TJP?

Postby hyperconjugated » Sun 12.17.2006 8:29 am

Would it be possible sometime in
the future to get an option of different
skins for the TJP? Especially at night
time this bright white/light blue theme
makes my eyes bleed ;) Maybe a just
one or few darker themes that one could
choose from the page's right upper corner
or something similar. Here's an example
of what I am talking about (try the different
themes from the upper right corner).
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RE: Different colour themes/skins for TJP?

Postby tanuki » Sun 12.17.2006 9:24 am

There are already different skins. Go to "edit profile" (upper-right corner) and search for the box "theme". There are several skins you can choose from.
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RE: Different colour themes/skins for TJP?

Postby hyperconjugated » Sun 12.17.2006 9:41 am

I'm so blind :D Thanks for the hint.
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RE: Different colour themes/skins for TJP?

Postby ashitaka » Sun 12.17.2006 2:56 pm

tanuki wrote:
There are already different skins. Go to "edit profile" (upper-right corner) and search for the box "theme". There are several skins you can choose from.

yyyeeeessss....................... I knew that the whole time............ *shifting eyes*
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RE: Different colour themes/skins for TJP?

Postby punkgrl326 » Sun 12.17.2006 4:16 pm

Okay, I seriously did not know that. Thanks tanuki ;)
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