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S4GRU Make-Over?


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So, what does everyone think of the new look?

 

Personally, I think it looks excellent, very Sprint-esque, and it looks like a new website, with momentum to push it further.

 

Let's get a discussion going here.

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The makeover is not complete. S4GRU still needs exfoliation, eyebrow waxing, and maybe some Botox. Also, photograph S4GRU only on its good side.

 

AJ

Will the carpet match the drapes?

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The yellows that highlight forums/threads with new content hurt my eyes.  Too contrasty or not contrasty enough or something.  I like the individual thread look, but not the forum view.  Text is easier to read off a white background. 

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Nicely done. I like the color contrast to highlight unread threads!

 

Now, can you please fix Tapatalk?!? [emoji38]

It's always been there. I just boosted up the color a little. As for Tapatalk...

 

Using Moto X² on Tapatalk

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At first I was like ehhhh. Now I have warmed to it and actually like it.

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Since I'm using a Blackberry, I'm not worrying about tapatalk, though I could load it up. I'm on 10.3.1 that I loaded up. As for the sight, I like it. By the way, this looks good on the Spartan browser too.

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The T4GRU site is nice as well, everyone should check that out. I'm glad these site exist, thank you Robert, and rest of the staff.  :tu:  :thx:  :frantic:

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