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Asa Admin Meridian (South East) South East Today
Was trying to add an item in the calendar but it keeps giving me a "failed" notification. Tried on different browsers and signed out and cleared cookies and signed back in but still getting it.

There's a 100 character limit on the description (not 300 which the textbox allowed, sorry). Anything more wouldn't look great on the calendar or flipper so you just need to revise the text.
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Rexogamer London London
Speaking of limits, is there a 2 tag limit on posts? I've tried to add more than 2 before, and while it let me submit it didn't add the tags to the post.
Arqiva, just switch to DVB-T2 already...
JB
JasonB London London

You must have the biggest Kudos deficit on the site... how have you only given out 16?

Who said its a bit of fun? For those of us up in the single digits it's deathly serious... Mad


I've yet to have a post of mine on the front page because of it's kudos.

I think the current one might be my first Cool


Seems like you've been over taken by Tony Currie again!
Have you washed your hands?
NJ
Neil Jones Founding member Central (West) Midlands Today

I've yet to have a post of mine on the front page because of it's kudos.

I think the current one might be my first Cool


Seems like you've been over taken by Tony Currie again!


Better than being overtaken by some other individuals on here I would say. There is joy in being overtaken by Tony and then there's misery in being overtaken by, oh I dunno, somebody who spends all their time in the Requests forum.
IS
Inspector Sands

I've yet to have a post of mine on the front page because of it's kudos.

I think the current one might be my first Cool


Seems like you've been over taken by Tony Currie again!

Well deserved though, a much better post than mine, which was basically a moan!

8 days later

AW
Andrew Wood Founding member Central (West) Midlands Today
Is it time threads specifically about TV programmes were spun off into a separate forum? There's half a dozen on the front page alone where the threads have little relevance to presentation.
DV
dvboy Central (West) Midlands Today
Honestly the Sport Thread could be split into a forum all of its own.
Hello, good evening, and remain indoors.
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Asa Admin Meridian (South East) South East Today
I think there’s a risk it could go all a bit DS, and before we know it instead of talking about new cameras on EastEnders, it’s a full review of last night’s episode. Not sure I’d want to encourage that by having a dedicated programme forum.

And the change probably wouldn’t leave that much in the main forum, as I don’t think there’s that many pres changes day-to-day to talk about.
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dosxuk Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
Can I reiterate my request from a few years back for an historical / reminiscing sub-forum. A quarter of the threads on the first page of the TV Home forum fit into that category, so it's not like there is a shortage of material. You could even call it The Archive (although randomly losing content would be an optional feature!).
MarkT76, rob and Ne1L C gave kudos
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Ne1L C Recently warned Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
Can I reiterate my request from a few years back for an historical / reminiscing sub-forum. A quarter of the threads on the first page of the TV Home forum fit into that category, so it's not like there is a shortage of material. You could even call it The Archive (although randomly losing content would be an optional feature!).


Excellent idea. I second it.
BR
Brekkie Wales Wales Today
Is it time threads specifically about TV programmes were spun off into a separate forum? There's half a dozen on the front page alone where the threads have little relevance to presentation.

Far more interesting though than multiple pages discussing a very minor cosmetic change to the Sky Sports logo.
Turns out nobody had 2020 vision.
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Andrew Founding member Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
Can I reiterate my request from a few years back for an historical / reminiscing sub-forum. A quarter of the threads on the first page of the TV Home forum fit into that category, so it's not like there is a shortage of material. You could even call it The Archive (although randomly losing content would be an optional feature!).

No I disagree, a large number of that sort of thread front and centre in the main forum helps set the scene about what this forum is for, and helps to discourage people from, as Asa said, starting threads complaining about last night's EastEnders

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