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Over the past few days, I've been making changes to the forum. Here's a basic list of everything.

I have added a theme switcher that works signed out, so anyone who needs the Legacy theme to browse the forum in a not half broken state can quickly switch to it. Or it can be used as a quick way to try out the various themes the board has.

I have added a OS profile field, you can put whatever OS you want, anything from Windows 7 x64, to Linux Mint, to Microsoft Neptune, to SerenityOS, and so on.

Profiles are much simpler now, no editing your pic into a frame, just upload it.

Users without an avatar have a default avatar now.

Users who set a birthday should have a birthday cake in their profile area when it's their birthday.

I think that's all unless I forgot something I did (which is very likely). I still have to update the themes at some point, and maybe I'll try moving the style box and the Smartfeed button to the footer.
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Updates and changes done to Eclipse

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Eclipse is on HTTP.....

Board.eclipse.cx has not yet implemented SSL encryption.

Here: https://sur.ly/i/board.eclipse.cx/

sur.ly bar at the top is possible, could be persistent: https://sur.ly/i/http://board.eclipse.cx/ - is that normal, please?

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msfntor wrote: 25 Jan 2023, 20:55 Eclipse is on HTTP.....

Board.eclipse.cx has not yet implemented SSL encryption.

Here: https://sur.ly/i/board.eclipse.cx/

sur.ly bar at the top is possible, could be persistent: https://sur.ly/i/http://board.eclipse.cx/ - is that normal, please?
Actually no, there is https here, and it works. I have kept http allowed because Eclipse uses Let's Encrypt certs and minimum of TLS 1.2, which can be fussy with older operating systems.
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