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BenBacon

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Would you make the distance between the banners under everyone's posts smaller? I am constantly seeing posts that too long only because the member that made the post has around 5 banners. I feel like this is clogging up space and overall doesn't look nice
 

ZeroGravitas

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Or make something like that :
A banner of banners. I like it.:)

The attainable possibilities may be fairly limited though. But might be cool if they stayed left boarder by default, but started wrapping across underneath if the post is short...:rolleyes:

one revolving type banner
Fine too, as long as I can automatically block it animating.:confused::)
 

Lord Zarnox

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Or make something like that :


But @reaperx1 idea is good too.
Funny you should post that, as at the resolution of my iPad, sometimes the page doesn't fully load properly, and the layout isn't quite right. One time that happened, I saw someone's post, and their four banners were placed horizontally from each other, but still in the left frame, which also resulted in the post part itself being quite thin.
 
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Wait, really? Well, I happen to have ADD. I seem to remember being told I had ADHD
Well, ADHD-PI ("Predominantly Inattentive" subtype, without hyperactivity, or much impulsivity. Some might call that ADD.) I have to put black tape over the LEDs on my monitor and speakers, so they don't distract me (they don't even blink).
 
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Well, ADHD-PI ("Predominantly Inattentive" subtype, without hyperactivity, or much impulsivity. Some might call that ADD.) I have to put black tape over the LEDs on my monitor and speakers, so they don't distract me (they don't even blink).
Now if feel sorry for you. Sort of.