These are the issues I'm having at the moment.
Anytime I click on reply what I get is reply with a quote.
No mod or admin menu at the bottom any more.
By going direct to the sites I can access the control panels and now I do have a save button on the admin panel so I can make changes.
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Yup, auto-quote is a bit annoying.
"We have a criminal and a system problem, we don't have a gun problem in this state," he said. "As long as legislators concentrate on gun control, we will continue to have mass shootings and the legislators will have blood on their hands."
When I click the "home" button next to the forum and what's new at the top, it takes me to a weird page with a bunch of attachments and a post by cold
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+ 1 on the auto quote, same here....
While you're fixing things.... It's really annoying that the "Quick Links" menu is only there while viewing a thread. I use it a LOT to get to "subscribed threads". When you arent in a thread already, the far right menu changes to "Mark Forums Read" which I end up clicking out of habit, then "New posts", my other favorite, doesnt work for a while.
I'm using Chrome on a Mac and assumed it was that, but not sure.
EDIT: I just tried IE 8 on WinXP and neither of my problems happen with that combo.
Last edited by OdDuMet; 06-14-2012 at 06:31 PM.
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