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It keeps changing with the needs of the site, so I generally keep it on my scratchpad, but here's a snapshot of the important parts.

Set your theme to "Dark theme", and add this to CSS settings:

/* css for ambrus in */ /* color, supplementing the Dark theme */ input, textarea, select { background-color: #000000; color: #cccccc } input[type="submit"] { background-color: #000000; color: #ffffff } a:link { color: #8080ff } a:visited { color: #a060d0 } /* posts */ div.notetext { font-size: 100% } tr.reply-body ul.indent font[size="2"] { font-size: 100% } div.readmore { background-color: transparent; padding-left: 2px; borde +r-left-width: 2px; border-left-color: #080; border-left-style: solid +} /* nodelets */ tbody.nodelet td { font-size: 100%; background-color: #000000 } #XP_Nodelet sup { vertical-align: text-top } /* cb messages */ tbody.nodelet td.highlight { /* background-color: transparent */ } tr.cb_msg td, tr.cb_me td { padding: 0px; text-indent: -0.6em; padding +-left: 0.6em; } /* cb speakers: */ span.cb_author *:link, span.cb_author *:visited { +font-size: 111% } i > span.cb_author *:link , i > span.cb_author *:v +isited { font-size: 111%; font-style: italic } /* cb separators span.cb_author:before { content: "\3d" } i > span.cb_author:before { content: "\3d" } span.cb_author:after { content: "\3d" } i > span.cb_author:after { content: "" } */ span.cb_sq_br:first-child , span.cb_sq_br , span. +chat span.cb_me_bullet { display: none } /* span.cb_sep { } */ /* cb sidebar */ body#id-481185 input[name="message"] { width: 100%; } body#id-481181 table.cb_table td { font-size: 17px } /* increase some text areas */ *.user-settings textarea[name="setstyle"] { width: 80ex; height: 20em +} /* misc */ { display: none }

In reply to Re^3: themes for Anonymous Monk or try out themes without changing display settings by ambrus
in thread themes for Anonymous Monk or try out themes without changing display settings by Anonymous Monk

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