OCN Classic 2.0 has just been updated. I fixed the incorrect font display in the WYSIWYG editor. Now it's matched perfectly; it shows the correct default font and default font size. I mean, it's much more of a true WYSIWYG editor now.
I became a little ambitious and updated OCN Classic 2.0 again. This time I updated the color of all the buttons on the entire site, I fixed the footer buttons ("Mobile" and "Desktop"), and I changed "permalink" on the post headers to be underlined in order to easily differentiate it as a separate link from the post # link - and it has a new hover color.
I also updated the color of the Multi-Quote button when it's turned on.
I added a dotted white focus/selection border on all of the buttons. This means that tabbing around on buttons is visually much easier.
I fixed this bug as well: https://www.overclock.net/forum/17790...d-explain.html
Finally, I updated the appearance of the code. I believe it's easier to look at now.
If you install this, you will get a navbar behavior that's a lot like the Autohide feature of the Windows Taskbar. The way this works is, the navbar becomes invisible when you scroll down and it reappears when you hover your mouse over it. Note:
this will not work if you have the Latest Discussions sidebar disabled using the setting in your User CP. If you want to keep it disabled and still have autohiding navbar at the same time, then install this and be sure to re-enable the sidebar in your User CP: https://userstyles.org/styles/154664...-overclock-net
One of the reasons why this is nice is, when you click any kind of link that brings you directly to a post in a thread, the navbar won't be covering the post header. The post header contains the timestamp, whether the post is the Thread Starter's, and it contains the post # link and permalink.