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    Re: VB 3.0 -- The Constructive Criticism / Member Suggestions Thread

    In Mozilla 1.4, wide pictures that would require you to scroll are just cut off at the part that would require scrolling to see.

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    Re: VB 3.0 -- The Constructive Criticism / Member Suggestions Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by palmboy5
    In Mozilla 1.4, wide pictures that would require you to scroll are just cut off at the part that would require scrolling to see.
    Is that true for all styles, or just for specific ones? If only specific ones, please let us know which ones. Thanks.

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    Talking Re: VB 3.0 -- The Constructive Criticism / Member Suggestions Thread

    Looks like a resize bug??
    I'm running Moz 1.5 and I now have a horizontal scroll bar when I switched to the AMDMB legacy sKin (which r0X BTW) , if I go to 1280 * 1024 it goes away , but not everyone feels comfy running that resolution .
    Even on my 19" Mag - I feel a bit like a shrew !!

    I hope the H. scroll thingy can be worked out though !!
    looooooooooooooooooooooooookinG goooood!!!

    EDIT:
    (oops!)
    The scroll bar is still there @ 1280*1024 , but just barely scrolls at all...

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    Re: VB 3.0 -- The Constructive Criticism / Member Suggestions Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by {Tigress}
    Is that true for all styles, or just for specific ones? If only specific ones, please let us know which ones. Thanks.
    i use PCP Flat (just checked, happens with others), with member info thingys for post set to left side..
    problem is.. different now... its like... pic shows, then it... lol remind me to post a screenie tommorrow ^^

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    Re: VB 3.0 -- The Constructive Criticism / Member Suggestions Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by sfw1960
    Looks like a resize bug??
    I'm running Moz 1.5 and I now have a horizontal scroll bar when I switched to the AMDMB legacy sKin (which r0X BTW) , if I go to 1280 * 1024 it goes away , but not everyone feels comfy running that resolution .
    Even on my 19" Mag - I feel a bit like a shrew !!

    I hope the H. scroll thingy can be worked out though !!
    looooooooooooooooooooooooookinG goooood!!!

    EDIT:
    (oops!)
    The scroll bar is still there @ 1280*1024 , but just barely scrolls at all...

    http://forums.pcper.com/showthread.p...01&postcount=5

    some known issues with Moz and the Legacy style, they've been a problem for months that I never could quite figure it out. When we have a fix for it, it will be implemented quickly.

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    Re: VB 3.0 -- The Constructive Criticism / Member Suggestions Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by palmboy5
    i use PCP Flat (just checked, happens with others), with member info thingys for post set to left side..
    problem is.. different now... its like... pic shows, then it... lol remind me to post a screenie tommorrow ^^
    Can you tell us if it happens in the other two styles (amdmb/pcp) please.

    and what resolution you are using?

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    Re: VB 3.0 -- The Constructive Criticism / Member Suggestions Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by sfw1960
    Looks like a resize bug??
    I'm running Moz 1.5 and I now have a horizontal scroll bar when I switched to the AMDMB legacy sKin (which r0X BTW) , if I go to 1280 * 1024 it goes away , but not everyone feels comfy running that resolution .
    Even on my 19" Mag - I feel a bit like a shrew !!

    I hope the H. scroll thingy can be worked out though !!
    looooooooooooooooooooooooookinG goooood!!!

    EDIT:
    (oops!)
    The scroll bar is still there @ 1280*1024 , but just barely scrolls at all...

    And right there you have the answer to why the ads were put on the left to begin with. Not some horrible plot to annoy the members and try to make more money, but simply because for some totally crazy reason, Mozilla shoves the sidebar off to the side if it's on the right -- even with completely validated html code.

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    Re: VB 3.0 -- The Constructive Criticism / Member Suggestions Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by palmboy5
    i use PCP Flat (just checked, happens with others), with member info thingys for post set to left side..
    problem is.. different now... its like... pic shows, then it... lol remind me to post a screenie tommorrow ^^
    I'd like a screenshot of each style showing the problem, if you don't mind. And, like Ron said, let us know what resolution.

    Thanks!

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    Re: VB 3.0 -- The Constructive Criticism / Member Suggestions Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by {Tigress}
    And right there you have the answer to why the ads were put on the left to begin with. Not some horrible plot to annoy the members and try to make more money, but simply because for some totally crazy reason, Mozilla shoves the sidebar off to the side if it's on the right -- even with completely validated html code.
    Hmmm....

    Which is better....advertising content being shoved off the right side of the page or the actual FORUM content?

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    Re: VB 3.0 -- The Constructive Criticism / Member Suggestions Thread

    Pfft, just use IE6 and an IBM P260 monitor at 1792x1344...no scrolling here...
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    Re: VB 3.0 -- The Constructive Criticism / Member Suggestions Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Namek
    With the new style coming out in the past 36 hours, Tenax, I, and I'm sure several others have thought about a 'constructive criticism' thread.

    This thread is designed for the members to suggest a way to make them feel more comfortable with the new software and the style here at PCP/AMDMB.

    Now, here comes the catch. I will without a doubt or a second thought, delete any posts that are derogatory, not helpful, or simply out of line.

    Good examples of that would be:

    "I think the new style sucks - get rid of it." - This post doesn't give suggestions on how to improve the style...it does nothing in fact.

    "**** THESE FORUMS I'M GOING SOMEWHERE ELSE" - ...this one's pretty obvious.

    The current suggestions that we've received and are discussing and working on are as follows:

    • Add a Case/PSU line to the 'My System' Feature. (this one has been approved and will be implemented soon)
    • Moving the ads back to the right-hand side.
    • New styles / Getting rid of the purple background.

    Why did the froums change is my question?

    If it is Not Broke,don't fix it.
    Did "vbulletin" decide without any enduser input to change the format?

    anandtech forums have also changed,and they are even worse.

    When was the last time the New York Times,etc changed the complete look
    of their paper?

    I guess I am just an old fart,and prefer things to stay familiar/easy to use,
    rather than rearrange my furniture in my home every 6 months,etc.

    I have owned the same car for 8 years,and did add a new alternator;and put new tires on it,on the rear axle last year,but the front ones are the same for 7 years now.

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    Re: VB 3.0 -- The Constructive Criticism / Member Suggestions Thread

    hey cave, have you tried the amdmb legacy version in the options button down on the left? yes, it's still vb3, but you may feel more comfortable, old cave dweller in terms of your other question on why did it change? it's probably been said in this thread about 50 times so rather than belabour that point..got time for some good reading?

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    Re: VB 3.0 -- The Constructive Criticism / Member Suggestions Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by FrizzleFried
    Hmmm....

    Which is better....advertising content being shoved off the right side of the page or the actual FORUM content?
    Frizzle, that's not really a valid arguement because in none of our styles does the forum content get shoved off the page the same way the sidebar does when it's on the right. I don't mind you stating your opinions, but please try to use facts if you're going to attack this site and it's intentions.

    Ryan has been very gracious in allowing us to have one or two styles with the sidebar on the right knowing it is in effect taking money out of his own pocket. Please keep that in mind before you head off into attack mode again, okay?

    Thanks.

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    Cool Re: VB 3.0 -- The Constructive Criticism / Member Suggestions Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by tenax
    hey cave, have you tried the amdmb legacy version in the options button down on the left? yes, it's still vb3, but you may feel more comfortable, old cave dweller in terms of your other question on why did it change? it's probably been said in this thread about 50 times so rather than belabour that point..got time for some good reading?

    Thanks!I do like the legacy version,better!

    I appreciate the reply,from one "dinosaur" to another,LOL.
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    Re: VB 3.0 -- The Constructive Criticism / Member Suggestions Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by cavemanmoron
    Thanks!I do like the legacy version,better!

    I appreciate the reply,from one "dinosaur" to another,LOL.
    good to hear it feels a little more like "home"

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