Changing font colors permently... (well, sorta temporary)

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  1. Sheba

    Sheba I W A L R

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    Why can't we have a permanent thing so our font would ALWAYS be centered if we wish or purple, in a code bar on our userCP? like, we do the code for dark orchid color and center and size 5 and put like chazhound inbetween the words or whatever code chazhound can make up? To make that part fun if chazhound can figure it out, we can do a poll :D And the center dark orchid size 5 thing is my wish, lol, you it would always turn out...

    like this
     
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    I agree with the colours but not the size



    Because if you make the sizes perminent then it just makes you sound loud and rude




    doesnt it lol
     
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    But then you could capitolize it when you want to be rude purposly lol... not that anybody would actually want to be!
     
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    just pointing out
     
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    I agree with ck9. Basically, it would take too much space, and you would be scrolling all day.
     
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    I think it would be a good idea, not that I know how to do it. It seems like a great idea.
     
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    I don't think it would be a good idea because then someone could set thiers to one that you could hardly see and it would just be a pain to read all the time.
     
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    That's a good point I never thought of that. Not sure what I think anymore about this.
     
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    scob89 DILLIGAF?

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    That is one of the great things about being on a forum. People bring up stuff all the time that you don't even think about. It happens to me all the time.
     
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    What would happen if someone chose yellow or another color that's hard to read and uses that color? What would happen then? After I thought about this, I decided I didn't think it was a good idea. There are just to many questions if this is permenent.
     
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    and if someone chose this color would you be able to read it very well?

    If you highlight the text above you can read it.^^^
     
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    Thats why you can set forum colors available
     
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    That was really hard to read. Ok, that's near impossible for me to read, light color not the black. It's near invisible. Highlighting is a choice, but it's hard to read if they decide not to, then it's really hard to read. Would they have to highlight it in a dark color or a light one?
     
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    Why not always choose a color and stick with it manually? I tried to read the message posted by scob89 and I got a heaache and my eyes were sore after reading it. I wouldn't like a color like that to be permenent. I mean, it keeps giving me headaches.
     
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    The color black IS already permenent. That's good enough for me. Different colors should still be temperary I think.
     
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    What I ment was highlight it with your mouse not the person who posted it in that color.
     
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    Oh, ok. Thanks for explaining that.
     

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