Don't like it

Discussion in 'Questions & Suggestions for CFnet Staff' started by Angel, Feb 8, 2016.

  1. Nick

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    Are people liking it?
     
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  2. reba

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    I will ask folks...
     
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  3. jasonc

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    Are they liking my new posting style or the Web page?

    Feel the Bern 2016
     
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  4. Eugene

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    I'm liking it better as I get used to it, especially not having to scan so far down to the different forums. :)
     
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  5. Edward

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    Your posts are a little like reading code, but having lived all over the state's and hearing many different regional dialects, they're not that bad. I usually always know what you mean.

    What does give me trouble, is folks who post one big long paragraph (no paragraphs) instead of breaking up the post into paragraphs. It's hard to read without paragraphs (aaarggh!)
     
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  6. jasonc

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    I don't have to speak in code.
     
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  7. Allen Wynne

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    Okay, let's get down to brass tacks here (I don't know what that means).
    The latest thread to each forum needs to be in bold so as to standout from the rest of the print, to be noticeable above anything else.
     
  8. WIP

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    Looks like they are. Here's what I see in the Lounge. All threads with new replies are highlighted in bold type. I use Chrome, Firefox, and Opera with the same result.

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  9. Allen Wynne

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    Jason, the Yogi Berra of ChristianForums.net
     
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    Definitely a poser Jason writing above.
     
  12. WIP

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    You mean like the Lounge is highlighted below? The latest post in in the What is heresy thread.
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  13. Allen Wynne

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    Yes, that's what I mean.
    Could you make that person for each forum bold?
    Thank you.
     
  14. jasonc

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    I am always on this site from my phone. Forget about desktops. I don't even want to bother grabbing our Chromebook. My phone is always with me. So this discussion had me curious, because I'm always on a mobile view. I took a look tonight, and I have to say I really like it.

    I'm on XDA Developers a lot for tech discussions, and they made a move to this kind of layout a while ago. It seems fresher than your traditional linear home page. I suspect a lot of forums are trending this way. :)
     
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