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How do I switch back to the default forum style

Postby hansioux » 22 Sep 2014, 13:30

I was messing with User Control Panel -> Board Preferences's forum styles, and accidentally changed into a style that no longer allows changing into other styles.... help me :oops:

My style currently looks like this:

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Re: How do I switch back to the default forum style

Postby Rocket » 22 Sep 2014, 13:32

hansioux wrote:I was messing with User Control Panel -> Board Preferences's forum styles, and accidentally changed into a style that no longer allows changing into other styles.... help me :oops:

My style currently looks like this:

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Re: How do I switch back to the default forum style

Postby Tempo Gain » 22 Sep 2014, 13:32

We're testing a new board style, still a few kinks to work out. If this happens to you contact me and I'll change you back to the style that allows changing to other styles you don't want :)
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Re: How do I switch back to the default forum style

Postby hansioux » 22 Sep 2014, 13:34

oh mine, it's back, thanks :notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy:
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Re: How do I switch back to the default forum style

Postby goose egg » 22 Sep 2014, 15:34

hansioux wrote:I was messing with User Control Panel -> Board Preferences's forum styles, and accidentally changed into a style that no longer allows changing into other styles.... help me :oops:

My style currently looks like this:

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That style (called Plethora) is a Responsive style, so it is supposed to be mobile friendly. But there are a lot of missing parts to that style before I would announce it as "live". I will keep it available for now for further experimentation.
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Re: How do I switch back to the default forum style

Postby ironlady » 23 Sep 2014, 21:42

I was successful switching style without an option in the control panel by using the Back button to get back to before I'd changed the style. I suppose that would only work if you'd just done it and immediately decided you wanted to change, though, depending on your browser settings.
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Re: How do I switch back to the default forum style

Postby sasaafi » 16 Jul 2016, 20:17

Hi, I just too switched to another forum style and cannot switch back to the default forum style.
I don't know which one I chose, but I've included a screen shot of the style.
Is it possible to have a mod switch it back?

I also noticed that they're a few other choices too, and I would like to check them out, but I'm worried they might have the same issue, can you let me know which ones are safe to try?

Thanks in advance!
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