Hey Everybody!!! Forum Software Upgrade in the Works

DL

Well-Known Member
Great I will add this
http://dance-forums.com/find-new/threads
And call it Today's Posts
Hmm. I like having a URL to follow to get *new* posts. I would also like having a URL to follow to get posts from the past 24 hrs, but for me that's secondary.

Can you support both of these?

dance-forums.com/find-new/threads
dance-forums.com/find-recent/threads

Bonus points for this:
dance-forums.com/find-recent/threads?age=[0-9]+[mhdw]
 

3wishes

Well-Known Member
ok, I'm getting "received error msg 122" and a whole lot of computer code.
Cannot read PM conversations sent to me. Cannot send either.....helpppppppppp me.
 

Peaches

Well-Known Member
Duh... WHAT little blue dot? lol.
In the subforums, where you can see the individual list of threads, the ones with new posts has a blue dot next to them. And I think the thread titles are bolded, IIRC.

...still getting quasi-kicked out after the first time I log in, if I click on certain things. Have only figured out some of the things that will guarantee that I'm quasi-kicked out (DF logo, PMs). Still just going through the hassle of deliberately getting myself quasi-kicked out and just logging in "twice" when I get in.

Is anyone looking into this? If needed I can provide a step-by-step accounting of where I click and exactly what happens, in case someone has looked into it and can't seem to make it happen.
 

DWise1

Well-Known Member
Using Internet Explorer at work. Multi-line posts are unreadable as the blank space at the top of lower lines overwrites the lines above them. The height of each line is about twice the height of the tallest letters. If I highlight a multi-line message and copy and paste it to a text editor, it displays just fine. Also, I use Chrome at home and it has no problem displaying.

Could it be due to a style setting that the forum software generates and that IE uses but Chrome ignores?
 

hereKittyKitty

Administrator
Staff member
In the subforums, where you can see the individual list of threads, the ones with new posts has a blue dot next to them. And I think the thread titles are bolded, IIRC.

...still getting quasi-kicked out after the first time I log in, if I click on certain things. Have only figured out some of the things that will guarantee that I'm quasi-kicked out (DF logo, PMs). Still just going through the hassle of deliberately getting myself quasi-kicked out and just logging in "twice" when I get in.

Is anyone looking into this? If needed I can provide a step-by-step accounting of where I click and exactly what happens, in case someone has looked into it and can't seem to make it happen.
We are still working through a list of things that need to be fixed. I assure you its getting looked into. Just not as fast as we would like.
 

Joe

Well-Known Member
Using Internet Explorer at work. Multi-line posts are unreadable as the blank space at the top of lower lines overwrites the lines above them. The height of each line is about twice the height of the tallest letters. If I highlight a multi-line message and copy and paste it to a text editor, it displays just fine. Also, I use Chrome at home and it has no problem displaying.

Could it be due to a style setting that the forum software generates and that IE uses but Chrome ignores?
I do not have same problem with IE here.
 

DWise1

Well-Known Member
It's IE7 that I use at work and that has the problem. I have IE9 at home, but don't use it; I just now checked and it does not display the problem.

This forum is the only site where my IE7 has the problem, so I don't see that it would be a configuration problem on my part.
 

Joe

Well-Known Member
It's IE7 that I use at work and that has the problem. I have IE9 at home, but don't use it; I just now checked and it does not display the problem.

This forum is the only site where my IE7 has the problem, so I don't see that it would be a configuration problem on my part.
But it could still be an issue with IE7. Have you tried IE7 at home? Are you unable to use >IE7 at work?
 

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