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TV Forum: New for (the middle of) 2020

JA
JAS84 Yorkshire Look North (E.Yorks & Lincs)
Looks like Asa sorted that for him. You don't need to presume, he said it was after the crash that he had to re-register.
LL
London Lite Founding member London London
Thanks to Asa, I'm now a founding member as he found my original username.
RW
Robert Williams Founding member London London
And so am I, thanks Asa!

JAS84 posted:
Looks like Asa sorted that for him. You don't need to presume, he said it was after the crash that he had to re-register.

I think everyone had to re-register, didn't they?
LL
London Lite Founding member London London
And so am I, thanks Asa!

JAS84 posted:
Looks like Asa sorted that for him. You don't need to presume, he said it was after the crash that he had to re-register.

I think everyone had to re-register, didn't they?


I remember everyone had to in 2003. Seem to recall it was a major issue at the time.
AS
Asa Admin Meridian (South East) South East Today
No worries guys, welcome to the club!

I think everyone had to re-register, didn't they?

Yep - original thread. Still gutted about losing the back half of 2002's posts.
LE
Lester Founding member Central (West) Midlands Today
Love the new look!

Could the pinned threads/messages be condensed a little maybe?

This is especially noticeable when you use Multiview.
AN
Andrew Founding member Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
The iPad bottom page numbers issue is indeed now fixed, they are now pinned floating at the bottom of the page, rather than appearing further up.
PF
PFMC84 UTV Newsline
Perhaps the spacing of the sections below can be corrected so the 4 information boxes are the same height? That might also correct the page numbers box being too big for the box they are in, or perhaps that's a different setting?

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IT
Ittr
I've noticed when you rate a mock that it's now the other way around with Outstanding at the top and Awful at the bottom. To accommodate muscle memory could this specific change in positioning be reversed or have an option added to do such?
CO
cobbles Recently warned Granada North West Today
I completely understand why you might want to stop new posters from spamming loads of posts in the first 24 hours. But is it really necessary to keep it beyond 48 hours.

I'm engaged in a few separate discussions in the TV forum, and having to wait hours to respond to other people's posts is dragging them out and a little bit frustrating. Could this safety featured not be dialled down to apply to opening posts, or give a bit more than whatever the current limit is (10-15 or something?)

I can only imagine some new users are less patient with this feature.
SH
Sh1ruba Central (West) Midlands Today
Can I say I love that TV color bars animation when you close a pop-up notification
JamesWorldNews and Owen A gave kudos
SH
Sh1ruba Central (West) Midlands Today
Also I'd like to mention that Adobe has changed their icons for their software as well so you guys might need to add those for mocks

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