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 rik
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Unfortunately "[Solved]" still does not appear on the main thread list. I enclose an image where you can see the green icons but not the writing.

However, I have noticed (only now) that if I enter in to the list of the specific sub-forum, then "[Solved]" appears (in green??). I enclose the second image.

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Tutrix
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@rik

add this code too


.wpforo-last-topic-title .fa-check-circle::before {
content: "[Solved]";
}

or use this Code

 

.wpforo-last-topic-title .fa-check-circle::before {
content: "\f058 [Solved]";
color: #218C2E;
word-spacing: 8px;
}
.wpforo-last-topic-title .wpfcl-8 {
padding-right: 0 !important;
margin-right: -5px !important;
}

 

result see Image

 

 

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 rik
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Joined: 6 years ago

Thank you!
Now I have all the information I need to set it up the way I like it.
Very last two questions:
1) When WPforo updates will be released, the lines added in "Dashboard > Forums > Settings > Style Tab > Custom CSS Code" will be lost and I will have to reinsert them or will they always be present?
2) Why is "[Solved]" green? Is it not possible to have it black like the rest of the title and also how it appears inside each thread?

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Tutrix
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Posts: 1349
Posted by: @rik

When WPforo updates will be released, the lines added in "Dashboard > Forums > Settings > Style Tab > Custom CSS Code" will be lost and I will have to reinsert them or will they always be present?

the code is't lost after wpForo Update 😉 

Posted by: @rik

Why is "[Solved]" green? Is it not possible to have it black like the rest of the title and also how it appears inside each thread?

replace


color: #218C2E;

for black


color: #000000;

or your Linkcolor


color: #3F7796;

Color Codes

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