Complete Suggestion: Move "Theme Switcher" Light Bulp Icon To The Other Side of the Search Button?

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I keep accidentally clicking the theme switch light bulb when going for my notifications. If it's not too much of a PITA, could we try running it to the right side of the search button? The search button is rather large and wide so I don't think it would risk many accidental clicks in that area.

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I usually hit it when I click the "Alerts" icon. I would also prefer if it was located somewhere else on the page.
 

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Interesting. On mobile it’s at the bottom of the page, nice and unobtrusive while still being accessible.
 

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Most non critical technical issues are currently on hold until either Squirrel's issues or my issues are resolved.
 

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Not going to lie I’ve done it myself. Appreciate it!
 

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Thanks Squirrel!
 

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I thought I was the only one with this "issue", I guess not! Thanks Squirrel!
 

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Looks like server maintenance reset this one too. :)
 

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You're paid in kudos, Just like the rest of us, and unfortunately not the candy bar kind. ;)
 

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Re-Fixed until the next update/maintenance.

Maybe you guys can make a private repository with a few main branches, one branch is the official XenForo code base, a second branch is the modifications made by RDF, and the third branch is the Master, the latest XF merged with the modifications, and what is [should be] running currently on RDF.

Perhaps this will make it easier to track the tweaks done directly to the code for all of these customizations?
 

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Maybe you guys can make a private repository with a few main branches, one branch is the official XenForo code base, a second branch is the modifications made by RDF, and the third branch is the Master, the latest XF merged with the modifications, and what is [should be] running currently on RDF.

Perhaps this will make it easier to track the tweaks done directly to the code for all of these customizations?
That's kind of how it works right now. The issue was out of pure laziness.

The first time i fixed this was because i was bored in a meeting.... I did it the lazy way and applied the tweak to the base code rather than the modified template. I stopped being lazy now and did it the correct way.

There's always time to do it right the second time around...
 

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