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There are no dumb questions. Dumb answers--well, I'm not going there. :o

You apparently have not worked in tech support... :D

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It would be nice if you could jump to the next new post in a topic that you have already read or posted in instead of having to sort through the whole thing again. Maybe there is a new way, and I just haven't figured it out yet.

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It would be nice if you could jump to the next new post in a topic that you have already read or posted in instead of having to sort through the whole thing again. Maybe there is a new way, and I just haven't figured it out yet.

Click on the blue folder in front of the thread name and it will take you to the first unread (by you) post in that thread. If you just let your cursor sit on the blue folder, it will even tell you than.

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Click on the blue folder in front of the thread name and it will take you to the first unread (by you) post in that thread. If you just let your cursor sit on the blue folder, it will even tell you than.

Thanks, it worked but only on ones I haven't read that are dark blue.

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If it isn't dark blue that means there are no unread posts. The information is current as of when the page was displayed. You can refresh to get an update.

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If it isn't dark blue that means there are no unread posts. The information is current as of when the page was displayed. You can refresh to get an update.

Makes sense. I'll blame it on sleep deprivation and after effects from surgery. :P That's my story and I'm sticking to it! :lol:

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Quote buttons are soo much better! Thank you.

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Thanks, it worked but only on ones I haven't read that are dark blue.

You can also click on the time stamp to the right of the topic - under the member name.

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Quote buttons are soo much better! Thank you.

Yes they are!! Thanks!!

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I cannot post things from my nook tablet (i think it uses opra?). With the old forum i could tap the box and just type away. Now I cannot. All of the buttons work on it, but the box won't :(

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I cannot post things from my nook tablet (i think it uses opra?). With the old forum i could tap the box and just type away. Now I cannot. All of the buttons work on it, but the box won't :(

I think you need to clear your cache. I googled "opera nook tablet clear cache" and got simple instructions.

If you can't finnd them I can copy them for you when I am on pc rather than cell.

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There could be issues with the green buttons at the bottom of posts...I am still working on them, but I haven't tested them on different platforms. Let me know.

Scott

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Not the End of the World but close.... I wish we could get the smileys and the editing features of italics, colors, etc on the iPad. I could get them before.

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I'll take a look at the iPad here soon and see what I can do...

Scott

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Spell check on Firefox is now working. Thank you!

The whole site, and individual threads load very slowly. I haven't seen this difference in other forums so I don't think it's me. Slow, as in: click on a thread, open a new tab, go to Yahoo, find a story to read, then check to see if C.com has loaded.

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Spell check on Firefox is now working. Thank you!

The whole site, and individual threads load very slowly. I haven't seen this difference in other forums so I don't think it's me. Slow, as in: click on a thread, open a new tab, go to Yahoo, find a story to read, then check to see if C.com has loaded.

Same here. Very slow.

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Also, I get "Firefox prevented this site from redirecting to another page". My FF recently crashed and I completely reloaded, so couldn't tell you about previous behavior in this regard. I get the above statement for a lot of sites, so it's not c.com specific.

Also, I had a post disappear. It was the one for which spell check worked. Spell check is NOT working on this post, so I assume it will be fine.

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Also, I had a post disappear. It was the one for which spell check worked.

Hmmmmm . . . well, it is Halloween.

Slow here, as well . . . not outrageous . . . but slower than pre-update.

Also . . . just a suggestion . . . you might want to move the Report button or change it's color as you might get some unintentional reports by people who are just trying to quote/reply . . . but maybe not.

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Hmmmmm . . . well, it is Halloween.

Slow here, as well . . . not outrageous . . . but slower than pre-update.

Also . . . just a suggestion . . . you might want to move the Report button or change it's color as you might get some unintentional reports by people who are just trying to quote/reply . . . but maybe not.

I was going to suggest that, too. But then the power went off at the server! Maybe we could make the "report" button red?

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I was going to suggest that, too. But then the power went off at the server! Maybe we could make the "report" button red?

As it is, it is rather err... prominent :rolleyes:

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Just an update:

I cleared both my catch and cookies on my tablet. Now i can't log it on it (huh? o.o) and while it will sometimes let me click the text box, it refuses to pop up the keyboard. Mind you it works just fine on any other forum site and the search function on this one. :blink:

I just don't get it.

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I have "new posts" on my favorites bar. It usually shows threads with new posts made within the last 24 hours. It was working fine before the power outage yesterday, but this morning page one shows threads from 2006. When I go to pages two and three everything is fine, then if I click back on page one I get new posts like normal. I didn't even notice until I had read half of the "new threads" that they were six year old threads. So, can you fix page one, and while you're at it, can you fix my unobservant, muddy brain? :lol:

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Just click on "View New Content" at the top.

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As Jess mentioned earlier and as I added my "two cents worth", venturning from thread to thread is VERY slow. Perhaps, it's storm related. :huh:

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I have "new posts" on my favorites bar. It usually shows threads with new posts made within the last 24 hours. It was working fine before the power outage yesterday, but this morning page one shows threads from 2006. When I go to pages two and three everything is fine, then if I click back on page one I get new posts like normal. I didn't even notice until I had read half of the "new threads" that they were six year old threads. So, can you fix page one, and while you're at it, can you fix my unobservant, muddy brain? :lol:

I had the same thing happen. Cleared the cache/history and I'm back in business. (I'm using Firefox)

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