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Re: The new website

Postby Mihail_B » Jan 05, 2012 14:00

JL35 wrote:Same advice for me, the green of the titles is too light, I preferred the blue before, and so is the grey of the texts, globally there is not enough contrast, and too much luminosity.


Go to "User Control Panel"
and then select "Board Preferences" from the Options menu.

You can now select from the combobox "My board style :" your style .... {TIP: [subsilver2] is with blue, exactly similar as for OSDEV.ORG}
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Re: The new website

Postby fxm » Jan 05, 2012 14:36

Already reported on the previous website:
- The link <View your posts>, lists only all the topics containing your posts, but there is no command to access to each of your posts inside each topic containing your posts.
- As there are at least two other commands working for that: <Search user’s posts> from Viewing profile, and <Advanced search> + field 'Search from author', I propose to rename the link <View your posts> as <View topics containing your posts> for example.

Besides, a link as <View your own topics> (all topics initiated by you) would be perhaps interesting.
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Re: The new website

Postby JL35 » Jan 05, 2012 17:12

To Mihail_B, thank you very much !
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Re: The new website

Postby petan » Jan 06, 2012 12:22

Hi,
speedy temporary solution to fix contrast to higher level without logging I found here is switching from www browser "Page>Style>Authors mode" to "Page>Style>User mode" /Opera browser, User mode setuped of your own/.

Pete
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Re: The new website

Postby fxm » Nov 09, 2012 9:00

fxm wrote:Already reported on the previous website:
- The link <View your posts>, lists only all the topics containing your posts, but there is no command to access to each of your posts inside each topic containing your posts.
- As there are at least two other commands working for that: <Search user’s posts> from Viewing profile, and <Advanced search> + field 'Search from author', I propose to rename the link <View your posts> as <View topics containing your posts> for example.

Besides, a link as <View your own topics> (all topics initiated by you) would be perhaps interesting.

This above post, from almost a year ago, has never gotten any echo!
And in addition, the first time I raised this issue was in December 2010!
(last paragraph of that old post, also itself without return: viewtopic.php?p=149870#p149870)

This link "View your posts" is not very interesting because it points on the last post of "Topics" containing your "Posts", but not on your "Posts", as nevertheless stated in the title of this link.
Can you finally do something about it (or answer at least)?
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Re: The new website

Postby dkl » Nov 09, 2012 15:42

No idea whether it can be changed, but it's really not that big of an issue, I'd just stop worrying about it.
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Re: The new website

Postby fxm » Nov 09, 2012 17:21

This link title (<View your posts>) could be at least changed to better match to its filtering behavior.
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Re: The new website

Postby counting_pine » Nov 09, 2012 18:10

I suspect that would require hand-editing of the php..
But if you think this is an inherent bug in phpbb, then I think you should raise it with them.
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Re: The new website

Postby fxm » Nov 09, 2012 18:36

fxm wrote:And in addition, the first time I raised this issue was in December 2010!
(last paragraph of that old post, also itself without return: viewtopic.php?p=149870#p149870)

A same behavior of this link already existed on the old website!
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Re: The new website

Postby fxm » Jan 06, 2013 18:59

In recent weeks, there are problems connecting to the freebasic website, often with a response time of about 5 to 10 seconds, but sometimes cuts for several minutes.
Immediately a few minutes break. No problem with sourceforge!

Jan 07 afternoon: It's worse!
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Re: The new website

Postby fxm » Jan 08, 2013 10:26

fxm wrote:In recent weeks, there are problems connecting to the freebasic website, often with a response time of about 5 to 10 seconds, but sometimes cuts for several minutes.
Immediately a few minutes break. No problem with sourceforge!

Jan 07 afternoon: It's worse!

I really am the only user to have big problems connecting to the site freebasic?
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Re: The new website

Postby Jonge » Jan 08, 2013 10:43

No, I have experienced this to.
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Re: The new website

Postby SARG » Jan 08, 2013 10:46

+1
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Re: The new website

Postby dkl » Jan 08, 2013 10:48

same for me
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Re: The new website

Postby TJF » Jan 08, 2013 10:57

Me too (today first time). A European users problem?

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