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    Thread view may have been the wrong term.

    FWIW, I increased the avatar sizes when reading posts by adjusting these style colors. It shifted the box a little right but it's hardly noticeable

    activity_stream_avatar_border (use) #FFFFFF
    thread_view_avatar_border (use) #CCCCCC

    If anyone has additional info i am all ears
    Last edited by Carrfixr; Mon 30th Oct '17, 10:46am.
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  • #2
    You want larger avatars in posts?

    Add this css:

    Code:
    /* Start over-ride postbit avatar size */
     .b-avatar--m > img {    
    max-height: 128px;    
    max-width: 128px !important; }
    
    .b-avatar--m {    
    height: 100%;    
    width: 100%; }
    /* End over-ride postbit avatar size */
    You can change the 128px values to whatever size you like, but both should be the same.
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    • #3
      Thanks Mark for that CSS, but i have a couple questions.

      Does the width of the post bit as shown in the pic below effect how big i can make the avatar?

      It seems after raising the numbers it stops going larger.

      Do you know what the stylvar is for widening the postbit area?

      Thanks for your help and is there a CSS for the avatar size on the main forum page to make those larger?





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      • #4
        Originally posted by Carrfixr View Post
        Thanks Mark for that CSS, but i have a couple questions.

        Does the width of the post bit as shown in the pic below effect how big i can make the avatar?

        It seems after raising the numbers it stops going larger.

        Do you know what the stylvar is for widening the postbit area?

        Thanks for your help and is there a CSS for the avatar size on the main forum page to make those larger?




        This should widen the postbit. Again change the values to whatever suits.

        Code:
        /* Wider Postbit */
        .l-desktop .conversation-list.thread-view .l-col__flex-3,
        .l-desktop .conversation-list.thread-view .l-row__fixed--left > .l-col__flex-3 {
            margin-left: 195px;
        }
        .l-desktop .conversation-list.thread-view .l-col__fixed-3,
        .l-desktop .conversation-list.thread-view .l-row__fixed--left > .l-col__fixed-3 {
            width: 195px;
            padding-right: 0;
        }
        .conversation-list.thread-view .l-small .b-post__arrow {
          left: 52px;
        }
        .l-small .b-userinfo .b-avatar, .l-small .b-userinfo__details, .l-small .b-userinfo__additional-info {
          width: auto;
        }
        /* End Wider Postbit */
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        • #5
          Thanks Mark for both CSS code, the post bit is now wider. Is there a limit on avatar size? It seems they only go so large!
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Carrfixr View Post
            Thanks Mark for both CSS code, the post bit is now wider. Is there a limit on avatar size? It seems they only go so large!
            I'm not sure....I've never tried. Could be something hard coded somewhere. What size are you trying to make them?
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            • #7
              As big as possible>> It seems anything over your 128 stays the same
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              • #8
                Something like the size on this site would be good...

                https://www.fordbarn.com/forum/showthread.php?t=232274
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                • #9
                  That's vBulletin 4, which works completely differently.

                  I suspect this may have a hard coded limit, which would mean there's nothing we can do, however I'll need to do some testing later in the week to see if I can confirm this.
                  Last edited by Mark.B; Tue 31st Oct '17, 2:10am.
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                  • #10
                    Thanks Mark for your efforts

                    The CSS you did provide for the postbit and the avatar was a help. Looking forward to your test findings and maybe possible solutions
                    Thanks
                    Last edited by Carrfixr; Tue 31st Oct '17, 3:48am.
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                    • #11
                      Thank you too! I love it.
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