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Tomasz Grysztar



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After a whole day of digging into phpBB code I've enabled the new style, and it is set as default now. It's based on the phpVB2 style, but I've done very much changes to it to make it similar to that of the Win32ASM Community board. And it still needs many corrections, but I'm too tired now.
Hope you like it.
Post 29 Jul 2003, 04:07
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BiDark



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Finally you did it, thank you.

Ah, I like this theme. Very Happy
Post 29 Jul 2003, 04:30
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Nice, one little detail thought (but I forgive you, you say you're tired)
I like the flat layout (efficient and suitable for fasm)


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Post 29 Jul 2003, 06:36
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Nice Smile

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Post 29 Jul 2003, 16:54
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Another day spent on playing with scripts and templates, and now it's much better - I did plenty of modifications to style template, and also some to board's code to get current effect. The amount of changes was really big and therefore this style has now very little common with the phpVB2 style that can be downloaded from phpBB website. I'm still not fully satisfied with layout of some pages, but it's high time to get back to writing assembly tutorials.
Post 29 Jul 2003, 23:04
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h4ng4m3



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yes, faster load Very Happy thanks

chagne style at:
http://board.flatassembler.net/profile.php?mode=editprofile
to Board Style chosse phpvb2
Post 30 Jul 2003, 02:44
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Privalov wrote:
it's high time to get back to writing assembly tutorials.


How about Fasm Internal Doc?
Post 30 Jul 2003, 03:50
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I really the like the new look & feel of the forum....great!

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Post 30 Jul 2003, 15:14
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Hm, there is only one problem. On my computer I open simultaneously several forums: fasm forum, win32asm forum and masm forum. So, when these forums are too similar, I offen mix what forum is fasm and what win32asm. Maybe some color changes may fix this. For now I simply use the "old" style. Smile
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When you mistake this forum for the Win32asm forum, it's exactly the effect I wanted to achieve. The forum for flat assembler was born there and I want to keep the connection even after we've gone independent.

I keep the subSilver theme for those who still want to use it, but phpVB2 is default and recommended.
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Hey, Privalov, I am not "separatist" Very Happy
It's only for easy tracking of messages. Very HappyVery HappyVery Happy
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JohnFound wrote:
Hey, Privalov, I am not "separatist" Very Happy
It's only for easy tracking of messages. Very HappyVery HappyVery Happy

So you're an terrorist then Twisted Evil Wink
(I'm glad I'm not the only one doing multi-tasking--er--mult-surfing)

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scientica wrote:
So you're an terrorist then Twisted Evil Wink
(I'm glad I'm not the only one doing multi-tasking--er--mult-surfing)


Hush, Scientica, hush. The Big brother watching us. Very HappyVery HappyVery Happy
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Shocked
Post 31 Jul 2003, 00:57
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Anyway, I recommend the new style just because all the changes I'm making to the board's code are aimed for the phpVB2 style, and subSilver is just kept for "backward-compatibility" but I'm not supporting it anymore.
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The newest registered user is Кл&am
Shocked unicode/uft-8 or other?
EDIT: i have seen as:
The newest registered user is & # 1050 ; & # 1083 ; & am
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I think that's Russian.

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Hey, comrade, not only russians use cyrillic. Very HappyVery HappyVery Happy Don't be so chauvinistic. Very Happy
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I think that's Cyrillic.

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