An excellent idea, if everyone who posts would use it...If you hit "go advanced" you'll be taken to the advanced post editor which does seem to have a bigger font.
A good temporary work-around, but who wants to [Ctrl][+] and [Crtl][-] each time they enter and exit the website?You've always got the browser magnification (Ctrl + in most browsers.)
..........I'm pretty sure all of the old messages from the previous version of the forum were moved over. If you can't find a specific one please let me know.
I have a small question.
When I click "New Posts", I'd like to be able to mark all of the threads as read. There are many topics that I'm not particularly interested in reading.
So what does it do???Ah, thanks--I found it.
lol That'll be the day. No, I'm on Kubuntu 8.04 using FF 3.0.16 and (just now) Opera 10.10. As we speak I also reached over and tried another machine with FreeBSD 8.0 and SeaMonkey and Opera and get the same results.I'm running FF 3.5.6 and when I click the "Mark Forum Read", all of the icons go to the gray "read" state. Ole, are you on a Mac or something?
That depends on the browser. It's almost 4 am here so I won't check all the browsers right now, but Opera shows the icon and FireFox does not. As I mentioned earlier this software seems extremely sensitive to browsers.Not as clear as it used to be maybe, but there should be a little icon at the bottom of the post.
I run mostly Linux and FreeBSD, I can't afford the MS software and can't stomach the EULA. However, I don't think OS has anything to do with it. I think the forum software is using highly non-standard procedures because I spend a huge part of my day on the internet and I've never seen anything like it. My version of FF is 3.0.16 which is fairly recent. (I'll check with FF3.5 after I log off.) At the moment FF shows the dates on the posts in the main list. What is more noteworthy is that Opera 10.10 (the latest) does not show the dates but does show the "report icon". Opera is purported to be the most compliant major browser, but I don't think it should matter what browser one uses. Obviously text browsers like elinks won't show icons. Dillo shows images but doesn't show the icon either. I often use Dillo, but you need a letter from your doctor to do that.Ole Juul, what version are you running? From your post earlier, are you running a Linux box?