Adjusting and or Customizing the Comments

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christian15213
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Adjusting and or Customizing the Comments

Post by christian15213 » 19 Jul 2010, 22:01

I don't know if this is more of a feature request or something different but I was wondering if there was a way to change the formatting of the comments in the following ways:

Currently the comments posted look like this:
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What I would like is for the 3 lines besides the number 1 to have a space underneath each line i.e. 2 spaces. The second thing is I am trying to figure a way to change the font displayed for the comments. I am using ie8 and the font looks very small and not one I would choose. is there a way to change this?

As a feature request would it be possible to change the color of the "Response to" bar above the actual comment to something subtle not too obnoxious?

Again Thanks.

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Re: Adjusting and or Customizing the Comments

Post by sayontan » 19 Jul 2010, 22:04

See here for instructions on how to tweak CSS and keep it safe during upgrades: http://www.aquoid.com/news/2010/02/ther ... es-option/

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