The old forums had a feature I liked that this one doesn't. Specifically when searching for new posts and failing to find any it gave the option of showing all the threads that have changed in the last 24 hours. The current forums simply give a link to the search capability which give me nothing beyond me pressing the search button so I have to construct the 24 hour search manually.
I was playing around and saw that one of the buttons was producing what I used to see. I compared the link to my old favorite:
works the way I want: http://www.storageforum.net/forum/search.php?do=getnew&contenttype=vBForum_Post
My old favorite that used to work in the previous forum software: www.storageforum.net/forum/search.php?do=getnew
So I've solved this complaint, at least for me.
I Just noticed I have no icons in the boxes in Quick Reply above the text area. Anyone else?
You mean the rich text editing buttons?
Text Color, Smiley, Link, Insert Image, Insert Video, Wrap, Spell Check, Switch Editor, Bold, etc.
When there are no new posts, the difference was that one produced a link to the generic search while the other produced a link to a search of all the posts that have changed in the past 24 hours. I didn't really want to have to fill out the generic search form to get a list of posts that have changed in the last 24 hours.When I compare both URLs I see the same content. I'm not sure what difference you're seeing, but I'm glad it solved the complaint you had.
Are you running any kind of No Script or a browser add on that might block java script? I'm able to see them both in Firefox and Chrome.
Increase the edit time, so you have to improve your snide remarks;-)
Ive had second thoughts
I realize that with 4400 posts comes some responsibility and respect to the forum and its members
I will do my best to avoid commas and apostrophes since that is your wish oh forum leader
Why not go office style
Thank you but that is NOT one of your strong points
You are at best poorly fluent in my prose
Mark my words: Greg's war on proper English will one day kill us all. You could have stopped this, Handy.
You could have stopped this.
Interesting opinion on his writing skills. I do often get into debates with Mercutio over various things and we don't always agree, but one of his strong points over the years has been his ability to write very well in English.