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Jul 29, 2007

  1. somarco
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    I prefer to view the forum in threaded mode but lately have not been able to do so, particularly on threads where the comments drill down deep. (More views below this post). Seems the only way I can view is in the linear mode.

    This is true regardless of the computer I use, or if I am using Firefox or IE.

    Has something changed with the switch over to the new server?
     
    somarco, Jul 29, 2007
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  2. Sam
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    It should still be possible to view it the other way. I will have Val look at it tomorrow.
     
    Sam, Jul 29, 2007
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    thx
     
    somarco, Jul 29, 2007
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    THe " go to the first new post" button is not working. I have to click on the thread and scroll to look for the 1st new post now.
     
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    I'm getting that too...FYI. :)
     
    2112Greg, Jul 30, 2007
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    Quick reply works some of the time, sometimes not. When it doesn't I have to hit escape or sometimes shut down the browser, re-enter the forum, and post a reply using the advanced method.
     
    somarco, Jul 30, 2007
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  7. CHUMPS FROM OXFORD
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    If quick reply does not work, copy and paste your response and hit the "post reply" button. It might save you a little time.

    I'm Chumps From Oxford and I endorsed this post.
     
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    And I approve it. ;)

    Since quick reply is a powered by javascript ( a client side technology), it depends on your PC configuration on why it hangs sometimes.
    This is not a forum issue.

    The last post and the threaded view are working just fine over here. Can you please re-check.

    Val.
     
    valdet, Jul 30, 2007
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    Quick reply works great for Firefox, doesn't work at all with Explorer.
     
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    Newest post works today. Chumps, I use your method when the quick reply doesn't work.
     
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