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Re:We Are Listening! 2008/12/22 09:55:16 (permalink)
Did the font size shrink today?  I'm askeing everyone to please use a larger type.

Reading this is becoming a struggle for me.

Thank you, everyone!
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Re:We Are Listening! 2008/12/22 10:31:25 (permalink)
 
I just probably haven't figured it out yet, but when I click on a thread on the 'Recent Conversations' page, it takes me to the Navigation Page,  where I have to hunt and search for the thread I'm looking for.
Is there some way I can get directly to my thread like on the old forum ?
Thanks,
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Re:We Are Listening! 2008/12/22 11:16:35 (permalink)
Well ain't this special.
I go away for a few days and the place goes to ---- in a hand basket.
Took me forever to learn to ride a bike, I was 16 I think.
I'm still running Win 98 because I have a fear of change.
Oh well, life goes on and I shall adapt in time.
I like the fact the nosey section is back, I like to see whos reading what, now just to find it.
And I hope we will be able to see locked threads, I'm drawn to them like a moth to a light. Chow Jim  
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Re:We Are Listening! 2008/12/22 12:16:58 (permalink)
The tool I use is Forum Menu > Posts since last visit. It seems to be the fastest way for me to navigate messages and for the most part it updates messages interactively every time you select it. Since you often finish reading a thread at the last message I would not mind seeing the Forum Menu pull down at the bottom of the thread to the left of the Jump to selection below the Quick Reply window if that is possible.

When you get to the Posts since last visit the best clues are the colored in page icons and I alway click on the page icon to the right of the message thread title that takes you to the first unread post in the thread. That icon disappears after you have read all the posts and go back to the Posts since last visit listing. I never click on the last post icon in the right column like you had to do to navigate down in a multi-page thread in the old forum.
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Re:We Are Listening! 2008/12/22 13:24:33 (permalink)
Thanks, I think, I guess the old brain needs some adrenalin to figure out all this, but I'm getting there, just takes a while.
The new forum is neat and everyday I find a new way of doing things,,,,,,,slowly.      
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Re:We Are Listening! 2008/12/22 18:20:16 (permalink)
Leethebard; Dearfolk,
   You said "Those 'stars' are so anemic!"
   I thought they were wrongly-colored Confederate flags. -- Don't need me one of 'em, folks... even if I AM a proud Southerner, I'm not one of those turn-the-clock-back kind of guys ('ceptin' onct a year when Daylight Savings Time runs out.)!
      Falling Back Into Figuring This New System Out, Ort. Carlton in Definitely Wintertime Athens, Georgia.
post edited by Ort. Carlton. - 2008/12/22 19:46:06
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Re:We Are Listening! 2008/12/22 18:29:32 (permalink)
mar52; Dearfolk,
   Me, too... especially since I'm using the small-screen computer at the Athens Regional Library now, and can't blow the type up any bigger. Eventually I'll learn how to use those functions, but not now when just typing this is a low-grade ordeal.
      Sqintingly, Ort. Carlton in Amazing Athens.
P. S. I said "sqint" because hopefully many of "u" don't have to. Tee hee.
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Re:We Are Listening! 2008/12/22 18:31:25 (permalink)
Jimeats; Dearfolk,
   You think you're a Luddite? I asked Santa for a laptop Linotype machine for Christmas.
      Aluminously, Ort. Carlton in Heavy Athens, Georgia.
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Re:We Are Listening! 2008/12/22 19:12:55 (permalink)
I keep getting this error when trying to respond to theWhere to eat in  Dayton Ohio north of Middletown thread on the regional forum:



Server Error in '/Forums' Application.

There is no row at position 0.

Description: An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. Please review the stack trace for more information about the error and where it originated in the code.

Exception Details: System.IndexOutOfRangeException: There is no row at position 0.

Source Error:

Line 168:            Dim BasicPostData As DataSet = DAL.RetrieveBasicPostingInformation(MemberInfo.memID, ReplyToMessageID, 0)
Line 169: Dim MemberRow As DataRow, MessageRow As DataRow
Line 170: MemberRow = BasicPostData.Tables(0).Rows(0) : MessageRow = BasicPostData.Tables(1).Rows(0)
Line 171:
Line 172: Dim FMsg As New ForumMessage

Source File: D:\Applications\Roadfood.com\Forums\tm.aspx.vb    Line: 170

Stack Trace:

[IndexOutOfRangeException: There is no row at position 0.]
System.Data.RBTree`1.GetNodeByIndex(Int32 userIndex) +3124207
System.Data.RBTree`1.get_Item(Int32 index) +16
System.Data.DataRowCollection.get_Item(Int32 index) +16
tm.sendPost1_Click(Object sender, EventArgs e) in D:\Applications\Roadfood.com\Forums\tm.aspx.vb:170
System.Web.UI.WebControls.LinkButton.OnClick(EventArgs e) +101
System.Web.UI.WebControls.LinkButton.RaisePostBackEvent(String eventArgument) +100
System.Web.UI.Page.RaisePostBackEvent(IPostBackEventHandler sourceControl, String eventArgument) +29
System.Web.UI.Page.ProcessRequestMain(Boolean includeStagesBeforeAsyncPoint, Boolean includeStagesAfterAsyncPoint) +2981


Version Information: Microsoft .NET Framework Version:2.0.50727.3053; ASP.NET Version:2.0.50727.3053










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This has been going on all afternoon on just this one thread!??
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Re:We Are Listening! 2008/12/22 19:46:14 (permalink)
I got the same message this morning when trying to post.  It cleared up after a few attempts over five or so minutes.
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Re:We Are Listening! 2008/12/22 20:28:06 (permalink)
Looks like we're all going to have to put up with the new format's "growing pains".
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Re:We Are Listening! 2008/12/22 20:31:40 (permalink)
If a '67 Camaro broke, I'd fix it.  And sure wouldn't replace it with a 2008 model.

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Re:We Are Listening! 2008/12/22 20:38:01 (permalink)
That error message keeps coming on that one thread!
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Re:We Are Listening! 2008/12/22 20:45:01 (permalink)
 Is it still happening? I tried it with a few different browsers on a high speed and then on dial up and it worked fine on all. 

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Re:We Are Listening! 2008/12/22 20:46:43 (permalink)
UncleVic

If a '67 Camaro broke, I'd fix it.  And sure wouldn't replace it with a 2008 model.


How about if parts were no longer available and your family had grown too big for the camaro? 
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Re:We Are Listening! 2008/12/22 20:58:30 (permalink)
That thread continues to give me the error message - this has been going on since about noon.
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Re:We Are Listening! 2008/12/22 21:04:31 (permalink)
!sdarwkcab tuo semoc gnihtyreve ylper i nehW
 
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Re:We Are Listening! 2008/12/22 21:09:45 (permalink)
get an apple

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Re:We Are Listening! 2008/12/22 21:09:51 (permalink)
type backwards then
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Re:We Are Listening! 2008/12/22 21:24:04 (permalink)
Thanks so much!
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Re:We Are Listening! 2008/12/22 22:05:21 (permalink)
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!sdarwkcab tuo semoc gnihtyreve ylper i nehW
 



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post edited by roossy90 - 2008/12/22 22:46:39
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Re:We Are Listening! 2008/12/22 22:47:26 (permalink)
Tony Bad

UncleVic

If a '67 Camaro broke, I'd fix it.  And sure wouldn't replace it with a 2008 model.


How about if parts were no longer available and your family had grown too big for the camaro?

Yet to not find a part I need for that classic!  Might take a little snooping, but it's out there.  And if your family from '67 is still riding with ya, just hang it up.


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Re:We Are Listening! 2008/12/22 22:54:07 (permalink)
UncleVic

Tony Bad

UncleVic

If a '67 Camaro broke, I'd fix it.  And sure wouldn't replace it with a 2008 model.


How about if parts were no longer available and your family had grown too big for the camaro?

Yet to not find a part I need for that classic!  Might take a little snooping, but it's out there.  And if your family from '67 is still riding with ya, just hang it up.



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Re:We Are Listening! 2008/12/22 23:05:28 (permalink)
bill voss

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Tony Bad

UncleVic

If a '67 Camaro broke, I'd fix it.  And sure wouldn't replace it with a 2008 model.


How about if parts were no longer available and your family had grown too big for the camaro?

Yet to not find a part I need for that classic!  Might take a little snooping, but it's out there.  And if your family from '67 is still riding with ya, just hang it up.


 
  
 

I cant see the pic Bill!....... one more bug........... arrrgh.......other than that, I dont mind the new site.....
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Never mind.. it just got bigger..
Must be the shrooms............................

post edited by roossy90 - 2008/12/22 23:07:10
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Re:We Are Listening! 2008/12/22 23:14:25 (permalink)
UncleVic

If a '67 Camaro broke, I'd fix it.  And sure wouldn't replace it with a 2008 model.


 
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Re:We Are Listening! 2008/12/23 06:53:35 (permalink)
I'm sorry if this has already been answered but why is it that sometimes the pictures are normal size and then sometimes very tiny. It sometimes happens in the same post( some normal, some tiny).  Just now I was reading one of Ellens Trip Reports and the pictures were fine. I went back in a few minutes later and they were tiny. Sometimes reloading the page fixes it, sometimes not.
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Re:We Are Listening! 2008/12/23 21:49:16 (permalink)
Stephen, can you check into seeing if the new forum supports IE Explorer 5.1.4 for Mac?

ASPPlayground is blocked at my workplace, and my home mac I use i don't care to upgrade til late Q1 2009.

If not, you loose me as a contributor in every way shape or form unless I'm at a host machine.

BTW, I subscribe to 12 forums and am Admin and moderator to 2 of them and have not ever had the issues and lack of support that ASPPlayground sets up.

TIA

jjjrfoodie


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Re:We Are Listening! 2008/12/23 22:10:50 (permalink)
where are you typing your message from? What do you have, a G3 running 9.0?
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Re:We Are Listening! 2008/12/23 22:26:53 (permalink)
jjjrfoodie

Stephen, can you check into seeing if the new forum supports IE Explorer 5.1.4 for Mac?

ASPPlayground is blocked at my workplace, and my home mac I use i don't care to upgrade til late Q1 2009.

If not, you loose me as a contributor in every way shape or form unless I'm at a host machine.

BTW, I subscribe to 12 forums and am Admin and moderator to 2 of them and have not ever had the issues and lack of support that ASPPlayground sets up.

TIA

jjjrfoodie


Why are you using an 7 or 8 year old browser? Asking web sites to configure themselves for such old software is like complaining to the highway department that there isn't room on the shoulder to ride your donkey. Why not firefox or safari? 
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Re:We Are Listening! 2008/12/23 22:28:06 (permalink)
UncleVic

Tony Bad

UncleVic

If a '67 Camaro broke, I'd fix it.  And sure wouldn't replace it with a 2008 model.


How about if parts were no longer available and your family had grown too big for the camaro?

Yet to not find a part I need for that classic!  Might take a little snooping, but it's out there.  And if your family from '67 is still riding with ya, just hang it up.


software is a lot different from cars! 
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