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Why Two Forums Tab Headings?

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The blue subject bar that runs across the screen and contains wording Touring and Tenting, Forums, Forums, Members, Downloads, Gallery, Chat,Showroom,Store,Classifieds, More,

Why two Forums headings?

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It does'nt on mine!

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It's for those with lateral bi-focals.bye.gif

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It does not on mine either!

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I have the 2 Forums but no Tom Christian. Maybe it's a Firefox thing?

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No it was because I was in the T&T blue theme. 2thumbsup.gif

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Sam go to bottom of page and change it

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No it was because I was in the T&T blue theme. 2thumbsup.gif

You sorted ??

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bye.gif double post

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Sam go to bottom of page and change it

Sorted and all the avatars are the correct ratio now - thanks

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YW

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