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  • Narrow screen format on a widescreen

    This is the most minor of annoyances but is there a way to go full screen with the forum
    on this iteration of Vbullitin. There is ~ 2/3 of the usable screen that is wasted. Maybe this
    area is supposed to be utilized for flashy ads and links and stuff.

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    84 AE/Shiro #683/Shiro #820/84 Turbo

  • #2
    Like many sites, message boards haven't really managed to take any advantage from wider screens. Just stretching it out would make the text pretty uncomfortable to read. Most posts would be one-liners. It would make sense with a more substantial redesign that would somehow use more than the current two columns (avatar and content).

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    • #3
      Yeah, most layouts these days have fixed width. You could apply a user stylesheet to override this behavior on the forum if you want.

      The custom style to take advantage of your entire screen would be
      Code:
      #content {
          max-width: initial;
      }
      It looks kinda goofy to me though.

      Here's a chrome extension that allows you to apply site-specific stylesheets
      https://chrome.google.com/webstore/d...fgmeleoegfcffe

      Here's one for firefox
      https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/fir...style-manager/

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      • #4
        Ahh, No problem. I visit the mightycarmods forums that still use vbulletin 4.X and kinda missed the same full screen that z31P had when it ran the same version.


        84 AE/Shiro #683/Shiro #820/84 Turbo

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        • #5
          I love mighty car mods! They're pretty funny!

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