1. Clayton Harris
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  3. Monday, 13 October 2008
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We're building a website for a high profile client and the site is pretty much done, but we're having a problem with the color of the text for autopopulated username/email fields when a registered user creates a new comment. We've done our part to read thru other posts on the site and therefore have identified where the code is in the appropriate file (comment.class.php, lines 1327-1337), however we aren't sure how to change the color of the text for these 2 fields so that it doesn't blend with the field colors as dictated by our template. This seems like a minor thing, but the resulting thought process by an end user will be that the fields are disable and aren't letting them input their information. Screenshot url below:

[url]http://www.hitekconsulting.com/screenshots/joomlacomment.html[/url]

Thanks in advance.
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