I like the grid layout, too. Was a bit weird at first because it's not how forums are usually laid out, but I agree with some others that it can also provide some more at-a-glance information, which can be useful. However, I do think it works better on message boards with many forums. Smaller boards or those that prefer to have a fewer number of forums might still be better served with the more traditional list format.
Not sure if this is the place to post this or not... What do I need to change in the CSS to remove all rounded corners? When I inspect elements, I get a reference to .ipsType_sectionTitle , but can't find this anywhere in the templates or CSS.
I did notice there seemed to be "extra" line spacing when I hit "Enter." As in, it did look a bit odd at first because I think older releases of IPB handled line spacing differently. But then I got used to it, and now things look just fine. I also didn't know I could "Shift+Enter" for a single line break, which is good to know. I have to agree with the majority here, though, that it seems pretty natural to put a double line break between paragraphs. That's how I've always written things out.
Nexus 5 Was wanting to get a Nexus 6, but it's literally been unavailable for months now, and at this point, I figure, why bother? May as well just wait for the Nexus 7 or an equally powerful, stock Android smartphone.
You're going to hear from vB customers that IPS and XenForo support is arrogant. You're going to hear from IPS customers that vB and XenForo support is arrogant. You're going to hear from XenForo customers that vB and IPS support is arrogant. You often get back from support what you put in. If you submit a topic full of anger, shouting and threats, yes, you might not get a support member in the best mood. But this has never been the case for me. I've not dealt with support a lot, but when I have, they've been quite friendly and helpful.
I know I can do that, but it's still a case-by-case basis. There is no way to specifically isolate and select all instances of any particular word or word string and then have it mass replaced with something else.
It's nothing particular critical, but I often make many minor edits within the various word packs, and being able to mass alter certain spellings of words has its uses, at least for me.