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Frustrated Gamers - An Online Gaming Community

Optic

Well-known member
#6
Looks good... I like your logo. :)

A few things that stand out to me:

The Now playing ticker for your FG Radio stream is black, makes it hard to read. Can you change it to another colour?
fg-radio.png


Background gradient is slightly misaligned for me on your thread list for sticky threads:
gradient.png


Consider changing the default "no avatar" for users to your own branded one: (do you have a Steam group avatar? Maybe reuse it there..
no-avatar-icons.png
 

iamjudd

Active member
#7
Looks good... I like your logo. :)

A few things that stand out to me:

The Now playing ticker for your FG Radio stream is black, makes it hard to read. Can you change it to another colour?
View attachment 99925


Background gradient is slightly misaligned for me on your thread list for sticky threads:
View attachment 99926


Consider changing the default "no avatar" for users to your own branded one: (do you have a Steam group avatar? Maybe reuse it there..
View attachment 99927
Those are actually a few things I did plan on changing, didn't think about the avatar suggestion though, definitely will be doing that!
 

rainmotorsports

Well-known member
#12
I dont have UI.X to double check against but its a stock gradient.

.discussionListItem.sticky .posterAvatar
and
.discussionListItem.sticky .stats

Search .discussionListItem.sticky .stats make sure you are using the template search and not just filtering. Once you find the css template that contains that search through it, should see the gradient delcared. However if its pointing to a style property then you can find the setting by the name of the style property.
 

iamjudd

Active member
#13
I dont have UI.X to double check against but its a stock gradient.

.discussionListItem.sticky .posterAvatar
and
.discussionListItem.sticky .stats

Search .discussionListItem.sticky .stats make sure you are using the template search and not just filtering. Once you find the css template that contains that search through it, should see the gradient delcared. However if its pointing to a style property then you can find the setting by the name of the style property.
awesome, found it! thanks!