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Re: Upgraded the XTree Forum script version !

Posted By: Mike Gaber <>
Date: Jan-22-2000 11:38 p.m.

In Response To: Upgraded the XTree Forum script version ! (Mathias Winkler)

> Dear visitors and contributors !

> I'd like to announce that today I've upgraded the XTree Forum
> from 3.20 to the 3.21 version of the "WebBBS" script by Darryl
> C. Burgdorf
> - see: > >http://www.awsd.com/scripts/webbbs /

> (While I've avoided to use Darryl's new 4.x version for some particular
> technical reasons).

> Note that this is now the same CGI-script version than used by
> Victor Garcia's "ZTreeWin Forum" at:
> - although my configuration files are somewhat different,
> furthermore I've made some minor modifications to the script itself
> (in order to fit the XTFP's link identifying policy; see below):

> The new version adds some additional listing options (try
> the "Set Preferences" command at the top part of this page)
> and fixes some minor bugs.

> I hope this will (slightely) improve the XTree Forum's handling.
> In case you'd come across any oddities or have any questions and/or
> suggestions,
> please don't hesitate to post it here !

> Regards
> Mathias Winkler - XTree Fan Page
Hi Mathias:
I may be missing something, but I don't see the "Set Preferences"

Also I was wondering (possibly this has something to do involving the "Set Preferences"), but is it possible to make the "NEW" Messages standout better as it does on Victor Garcia's ZTree Win Forum.

In his forum the word NEW is in white and with a border around it, and thus makes it stand out better than yours does which is hard to read against the blue background... I confess to being a little color blind as you can probably guess.

Mike...

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