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Rab
post 5th Feb 2015, 06:35pm
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Having been away for a wee holiday from the Board, I return to find something has changed for the worse in the layout of replies to the main posts. I now have to click on individual replies to read them which is very slow and nothing as interesting as the preceding format that has been in use since the Board started.
Am I the only one with this 'fault'? Is it a deliberate change, and if so, do I have support in asking for its quick scrapping and a return to the 'old' system? I have checked my settings and found them OK, so I assume it is an authorised change? angry.gif


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john.mcn
post 5th Feb 2015, 06:56pm
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click options just below the new topic button and change your display mode to standard.


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post 5th Feb 2015, 09:12pm
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Thanks John - perfect answer thumbup.gif Can't think how it changed over!


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