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    You are a stick in the mud.

    ... I am entirely neural on the new forum by the way, wasn't here long enough with the old one to get attached to it.

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    I'm not like all the extra space things take up compared to before... we'll see as the customizations finish.
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    A lot of the feature changes you guys are talking abotu could just be new or moved settings that I haven't found either. I've been so wound up on converting the style that I haven't gone through all the new potential settings yet. I guess I need to make that a higher priority.

    I gotta tell you all though...keep up the feedback, both good and bad. I definitely want to hear your opinions either way. Thank you all!
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    Don't take my comments the wrong way - I've been involved in a few site conversions, including from one type of software to a completely different platform - I definitely understand what you're going through!

    I'm absolutely willing to be patient as the process goes on.

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    I think we need to give it some time and get it all the way Arcana wants it and then consider it in more depth. I think it would be useful to review it and maybe have a poll on better / about same / worse as options. At mo I agree a small number of items are better and plenty are not so good but I think most of the not so good stuff is mere style and not substance at this point. I.e. it can be changed.

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    Could it be worth creating a "once-off" forum for "Forum Changes" to contain the Feedback, Vote on The Look, and other similar threads?
    It would basically just exist for a while, then get locked/deleted.

    When it comes to tinkering with new settings, Arcana could do screenshots or similar, stick it in a thread and get a vote on which way to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Juggernaut1981 View Post
    Could it be worth creating a "once-off" forum for "Forum Changes" to contain the Feedback, Vote on The Look, and other similar threads?
    It would basically just exist for a while, then get locked/deleted.

    When it comes to tinkering with new settings, Arcana could do screenshots or similar, stick it in a thread and get a vote on which way to go.
    Hmm. That may be an idea.
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    The double clicking doesn't work for me (firefox 3.5.7 on ubuntu 9.10); requires 6~10 clicks... so quite buggy for me.

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    I'm using firefox 3.5.7 on windows xp, no issues i've noticed so far.

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