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Post by Styles Robot » Fri Oct 29, 2010 11:58 pm

Style name: Quasar
Author: hexplor
Style description: Quasar is a very powerful and feature rich Free / GPL phpBB3 style
In conjunction with almost 20+ configuration options, the other features such as a CSS dropdown menu and 6 style variations, amongst many others, make Quasar a useful, diverse and functional free style, great for any purpose..
Style version: 1.1.0
Tested on phpBB version: 3.0.7-pl1

Download file: quasar_1.1.0.zip
File size: 1000.21 KiB

Style overview page: View

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Re: Quasar

Post by Raimon » Fri Oct 29, 2010 11:58 pm

Style validated/released

Notes: This style inheritance from prosilver, so be sure that prosilver is present and installed on your board.
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