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  1. #11 Re: Whatever happened to J C sportscars? 
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    Looks ok in Chrome, Win10 and default style.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scott h View Post
    If you scroll to the very bottom left of this page, there is a small box where you can change the colour of the page which may help.
    Very interesting, I've never changed the style from 'Marlin Style' since I joined the forum......... always read the posts and ignored the periphery..... that'll teach me. Whole new outlook on life now.
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    I have made no changes to my settings, still using default style.

    Presumably this post is bug free! It looks fine to me. Using a different device my John Cowperthwaite post looks perfectly OK, no odd colour scheme issues!
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    If you highlight the text with the grad on it you can read it
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    Why does everything have to be so flaming complicated ?????
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    Quote Originally Posted by scott h View Post
    If you scroll to the very bottom left of this page, there is a small box where you can change the colour of the page which may help.
    Its a curiosity that I use the Default style, always have as far as I remember, what people are describing is, I think, Marlin style.
    Could it be that Marlin style is where the problem is?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stephenlilley View Post
    Why does everything have to be so flaming complicated ?????
    Marvin the paranoid android may help, or not, as the case might be.

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    Sadly Stephen Moore has left us https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-50035065
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris_cussen View Post
    Sadly Stephen Moore has left us https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-50035065
    That’s a pretty random fact to remember, or were you coincidentally reading the obituaries?
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    coincidence, it was on page one of the BBC website then I came here.
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