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Problems with new forum's software

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peethebee

Hi!

I just recognized that the new forum's software has been set up.

Unfortunately, some things did not turn out better - at least for Firefox users (I myself use v1.0.6):

1. the topic's options do not display correctly: their background is missing so that you can not read it good enough.

2. The Forum's are not longer availible in German. Please install the translation if possible and availible, Jon.

Please post your experiences with the new software too, in order to make the forum's even better,

peethebee

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Raindancer

1. the topic's options do not display correctly: their background is missing so that you can not read it good enough.

Same problem in IE here...

Me would also like to have german back :-)

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peethebee

Hi!

Now it works .... ;)

If you did that, Jon then Thank you very much!

peethebee


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MSLx Fanboy

As I'm sure you already know this, but by adding the no-cache header commands to the header file for the forums, no flush cache is necessary. ;)

I also wanted to test this beautiful new post editor


Writing AutoIt scripts since
_DateAdd("d", -2, _NowCalcDate())

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Valik

Jon, I think you need re-apply the hack or whatever it is you do to enable the "Next Newest" and "Next Oldest" buttons to jump to the new posts in the respective threads.

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