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    New centre block

    I am going to try this for a day or so to see if it makes things easier, as some people have been PM'ing me about not being able to keep up with the forum. This should make it easier. I can regualte the amount of posts shown, so if you want more or less let me know here please. Please use the poll to let me know what you think.

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    Re: New centre block

    yep, seems to work ok. Putting more threads on the front page is good as it might tempt more people into participating in the forums if they see topics they are interested in.

    BTW is there anyway of removing that block on the right side listing threads with the horrible tags? It makes my PC ill at home. I can remove it with Greasemonkey if I have to but I'd rather not.

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    Re: New centre block

    OK. We proberbly don't need it now because we can display the posts in the centre block.

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    Re: New centre block

    Love it DB - make it bigger!!!

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    Re: New centre block

    I haven't bookmarked the front page. I prefer the scroller thingy on the right in the forums. By all means keep the centre block on the home page, but don't delete the scroller, it's TOO useful!

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    Re: New centre block

    I really like it!

    Well done.

    Paul :-)

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    Re: New centre block

    Quote Originally Posted by StewartKnight
    I haven't bookmarked the front page. I prefer the scroller thingy on the right in the forums. By all means keep the centre block on the home page, but don't delete the scroller, it's TOO useful!
    Sorry, but it totally destroys (one!) of the CPUs on my Linux box. I've no idea why its so allergic to tags. It just is.

    I use the View posts since last visit link usually and open each thread in a new tab.

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    Re: New centre block

    I like the front page, but i prefer to trawl the forums manual for some sick and twisted reason, old habits die hard i guess.

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    Re: New centre block

    It's brilliant - especially love the 'view posts since last visit' option.

    Pure genius.

    Thanks. Keep up the good work.

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