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BP-Brown 4.2.5 [Bluepearl-Skins.com]
by Sean James
29 Dec 2009 21:08

2 Attachment(s)
Template name: BP-Brown

Preview: Demo

Brown clean professional template for vBulletin

This style is based on the Darkness style, without all the tables and added images.
The style has no template modifications and is all CSS, So the style should be very fast loading.

For faster support and older versions of this skin visit the BP-Brown thread on Bluepearl forums

Detailed vBulletin skin installation instructions with images

ZIP Contents:
-bp-brown image directory
-bp-brown.xml
-readme_install.txt


Please click install if you use this template :)

Older versions of this skin can be downloaded from our site.

If you like BP-Brown you might love our premium vBulletin skins BP-Black, BP-White and BP-Grey

Sean James 29 Dec 2009 21:14

In the next version i will be fixing some minor styling bugs which will hopefully be fixed with vBulletin 4.0.1

Weetabix 29 Dec 2009 22:43

Ace style, thanks :)

gothicuser 30 Dec 2009 05:54

Really nice style, thankyou.
I see from the screenshots on your site that the CMS is also styled, maybe I'm doing something wrong, but I can only get this to affect my forums.
Any ideas please?

Sean James 30 Dec 2009 06:09

hmm weird, just for a test... try turning off the option to change styles in ADMINCP and make BP-Brown the default style.

If the style then shows on your CMS its a vbulletin 4 issue, if the style still does not show then its a issue with my style.

gothicuser 30 Dec 2009 06:20

Quote:

Originally Posted by Griffin80 (Post 1942192)
If the style then shows on your CMS its a vbulletin 4 issue, if the style still does not show then its a issue with my style.

Yep, when I do as you suggest the Style is applied to both CMS & Forums.
Annoying, I'll have a play and see what happens.
Thankyou for the very prompt reply https://www.vbulletin.org/forum/

gothicuser 30 Dec 2009 10:08

Fixed (kind of)
See last post in this bug thread
Quote:

vB 4.0 Suite, by default on a new installation, sets the style for the CMS 'home' page to 'Default Style', rather than 'Board Default' as is the case with all other content pages. This means that the home page always displays with the vB 4.0 default style set, even if a custom style is set and applied elsewhere - either by the member or by the administrator, site-wide. This is true, also, if the member tries to use the style chooser: the home page always remains with the default style, irrespective of any other settings.

The only way around this is to edit the CMS home page by clicking the pencil on the front end, and setting the style there to 'Board Default'. Thereafter the style will reflect the board settings; and if the user employs the style chooser, it has an effect on the home page.

This improper default setting has caused many of us hours of frustration: I do hope that, it's source now known, vB can quickly sort out the changing of the default setting for future releases.
This works.

Sean James 30 Dec 2009 12:10

Cool, thanks mate glad u got it sorted.

Loramore 30 Dec 2009 14:56

2 Attachment(s)
Is there a way to change the color of the text as it is inputted into the message box? It is currently set as white as is the background of the text box (see first attachment below). The second attachment shows the highlighted text I had typed to make it visible using "ctrl-a" to select all of it.

RonH. 30 Dec 2009 15:06

I'm strongly considering adopting your style here for my site when I start upgrading it next week.

c0rpz0r 30 Dec 2009 18:14

Quote:

Originally Posted by Loramore (Post 1942520)
Is there a way to change the color of the text as it is inputted into the message box? It is currently set as white as is the background of the text box (see first attachment below). The second attachment shows the highlighted text I had typed to make it visible using "ctrl-a" to select all of it.

Same here, users cant see what they are typing!
How to fix it? for the rest: Great skin!! super!

CBo 30 Dec 2009 18:22

Quote:

Originally Posted by Loramore (Post 1942520)
Is there a way to change the color of the text as it is inputted into the message box? It is currently set as white as is the background of the text box (see first attachment below). The second attachment shows the highlighted text I had typed to make it visible using "ctrl-a" to select all of it.

Quote:

Originally Posted by c0rpz0r (Post 1942704)
Same here, users cant see what they are typing!
How to fix it? for the rest: Great skin!! super!

Same problem here, but only with Internet Explorer. with other browsers the problem isn't there. I tried to modify the background color with style var, but this doesn't change anything.

Sean James 30 Dec 2009 19:45

Quote:

Originally Posted by Loramore (Post 1942520)
Is there a way to change the color of the text as it is inputted into the message box? It is currently set as white as is the background of the text box (see first attachment below). The second attachment shows the highlighted text I had typed to make it visible using "ctrl-a" to select all of it.

Thanks for letting me know about this, i will try and find a fix asap.

Unfortunately unlike vBulletin 3 where u could change the background of the input colors with one setting via 'MAIN CSS' vBulletin 4 has like multiple input classes and most of them are hidden deep inside different CSS files, very frustrating hehe.

Loramore 30 Dec 2009 22:32

Forgot to mention the screenshots above were in IE8. Safari is OK.

Quote:

Originally Posted by CBo (Post 1942709)
Same problem here, but only with Internet Explorer. with other browsers the problem isn't there. I tried to modify the background color with style var, but this doesn't change anything.


Sean James 31 Dec 2009 03:20

I may have a solution, but i have a big new years planned tonight so i may not be able to update this template for about 2 days


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