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RWBadley
07-26-2009, 13:32
Just curious what screen you go with on the Bourbon site :grin:

CygnusX-1
07-26-2009, 13:57
i picked red/black, that was what is was set to when i first started coming on this sight. it wasnt till after a month or so i realized you could change it, i tried the others and they just didnt seem right

callmeox
07-26-2009, 14:05
Once you reach 1001 posts, you get to choose from a list of site themes based on actual bourbon and rye bottle labels.

I've been swapping back and forth between the Pappy 20 theme and the WT 12 Gold Foil theme. I can't decide which I like better.

CygnusX-1
07-26-2009, 14:08
[quote=callmeox;175972]Once you reach 1001 posts, you get to choose from a list of site themes based on actual bourbon and rye bottle labels.quote]

Wow that sounds awsome, looks like i got a ways to go

wadewood
07-26-2009, 14:30
I don't like reading a on black background. So I have a blue on white color scheme. Of course I get an occasional post that looks blank because poster has a white font selected (Leif - I'm talking about you). I do have a Java sript bookmarked for firefox that removes all colors and makes those posts instantly viewable.

barturtle
07-26-2009, 14:38
I don't like reading a on black background. So I have a blue on white color scheme. Of course I get an occasional post that looks blank because poster has a white font selected (Leif - I'm talking about you). I do have a Java sript bookmarked for firefox that removes all colors and makes those posts instantly viewable.

I'm lazy, I just click and drag to highlight the post and read it that way:slappin:

Special Reserve
07-26-2009, 15:45
I've been using approx, no reason why, but I don't like the red and black. If you highlight the white font it become more visible.

RWBadley
07-26-2009, 16:14
I'm lazy, I just click and drag to highlight the post and read it that way:slappin:

That's a good tip. Not often I run into a post that isn't showing well on my red/black, but click & drag fixes it... cool

fishnbowljoe
07-26-2009, 16:16
Once you reach 1001 posts, you get to choose from a list of site themes based on actual bourbon and rye bottle labels.

I've been swapping back and forth between the Pappy 20 theme and the WT 12 Gold Foil theme. I can't decide which I like better.

:skep: I'm having a little trouble finding those bourbon based themes there Scott. :lol: Joe

By the way I'm going with the red/black as it was what came up when I first joined. I guess I'm just comfortable with it.

ILLfarmboy
07-26-2009, 16:22
i picked red/black, that was what is was set to when i first started coming on this sight. ...

Same here. I stayed with It (red/black) because I like it.

spun_cookie
07-26-2009, 16:43
:skep: I'm having a little trouble finding those bourbon based themes there Scott. :lol: Joe

By the way I'm going with the red/black as it was what came up when I first joined. I guess I'm just comfortable with it.

Ihave found those the easiest to read when I have been drinking. Looks much like my bunker and the responces are great :skep:

callmeox
07-26-2009, 16:54
:skep: I'm having a little trouble finding those bourbon based themes there Scott. :lol: Joe


It is well known that your generation isn't particularly computer savvy. :grin:

barturtle
07-26-2009, 17:09
That's a good tip. Not often I run into a post that isn't showing well on my red/black, but click & drag fixes it... cool

Something like this is a bit hard to read:smiley_acbt:

p_elliott
07-27-2009, 06:45
I didn't know until now you could change it. I went and checked out the options I'll stay with the red and black that I started with.

JamesW
07-28-2009, 17:09
I don't like reading a on black background. So I have a blue on white color scheme. Of course I get an occasional post that looks blank because poster has a white font selected (Leif - I'm talking about you). I do have a Java sript bookmarked for firefox that removes all colors and makes those posts instantly viewable.



I have the same scheme for the same reasons.

Vange
07-29-2009, 12:26
red/black...it just seems right