AutoHotkey Community Tweaks

Added by Lexikos@userstyles, Created: Jul 27, 2012, Updated: Feb 14, 2014
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Custom style for the new AutoHotkey Community forum.

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Custom styles for the new AutoHotkey Community forum, which uses phpBB v3 with the subsilver2 style. Originally for the old forum, which has since been switched to IP.Board.

This stylesheet contains a large number of hacky tweaks applied to the following locations:There are additional tweaks to hide certain elements in viewforum.php when width <= 480px. These are experimental; the other pages have not been tweaked in this way. One possible usage would be to keep a narrow window open containing the forum index while viewing topics in another window.

NOTE: Some elements I don't personally use have been hidden or "minimized".

viewforum.php displays a coloured bar to the left of each topic indicating status:
  • Topics with unread posts are indicated with a blue or orange/yellow bar. Orange/yellow indicates that you have participated in the topic (this is normally indicated by a black dot on the topic icon).
  • Grey indicates you have participated in the topic, but there are no unread posts.
  • Green indicates the topic is sticky.
  • Red indicates the topic is locked, or is an announcement.
Hovering over the bar will show the status as a tooltip (since the bar is really the topic icon transformed).

When there are unread posts in a topic, the "view first unread post" link appears on the left as a blue box with an arrow. Font-weight is also adjusted for read/unread topic titles.

viewtopic.php shows the edit/quote/report/delete buttons only for the post which the mouse is hovering over.

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