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Missing Style Properties

Adam Howard

Well-known member
#1
The Following have no (zero) style properties which affect their coloring. So you could either call them missing or not working (irrelevant ?)

On the help page

index.php?help/bb-codes

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index.php?help/smilies

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On the help page and also found on index.php?account/personal-details

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Adam Howard

Well-known member
#6
What I like to call as "gray text" which can be found all over the site for different reasons, places, and pages seems to only be change able on Style Properties: Color Palette

@dimmedTextColor

@mutedTextColor

@faintTextColor

When clearly they need their own properties else where.
 

Jake Bunce

XenForo moderator
Staff member
#7
True. Many parts of the style are not contained in style properties. Rather their CSS definitions are "hard-coded" in the CSS templates. Not really a bug. This could qualify as a suggestion though, so moving to appropriate forum.

In general the expectation should be that all major style elements have properties or make use of properties (e.g. color swatches). Creating separate properties for minor elements probably isn't effective.
 

Adam Howard

Well-known member
#8
True. Many parts of the style are not contained in style properties. Rather their CSS definitions are "hard-coded" in the CSS templates. Not really a bug. This could qualify as a suggestion though, so moving to appropriate forum.

In general the expectation should be that all major style elements have properties or make use of properties (e.g. color swatches). Creating separate properties for minor elements probably isn't effective.
I would have to disagree....

Some of those have proper settings, but do not do anything ... ie... bug
 

Shelley

Well-known member
#10
True. Many parts of the style are not contained in style properties. Rather their CSS definitions are "hard-coded" in the CSS templates. Not really a bug. This could qualify as a suggestion though, so moving to appropriate forum.

In general the expectation should be that all major style elements have properties or make use of properties (e.g. color swatches). Creating separate properties for minor elements probably definitely isn't effective.
Corrected.