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David Ashton
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Re: More issues
David Ashton   7/5/2013 8:43:22 PM
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@antedeluvian....I am on XP and IE8 and have all sorts of issues - the site is just very flaky, sometimes works, sometimes doesn't.  I don't have Firefox but have Google Crome (which I don't otherwise like much), and that makes it much faster and more reliable.

antedeluvian
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More issues
antedeluvian   7/4/2013 9:33:38 AM
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Firstly it irritates me when I get asked to log in after viewing two articles. On MCC, APP etc you only need to log in when you want to post a rsponse.

And then to add insult to injury, I cannot log when I am using Internet Explorer 10. The response has varied over the past few days. Right now it completely ignores any click on "login" or the limit notice. I have to switch to Firefox to read EE Times.

David Ashton
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Re: New Look
David Ashton   7/4/2013 6:31:40 AM
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Yopu're just lucky I'm tolerant with senior VPs of my favourite website :-)

kfield
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Re: New Look
kfield   7/3/2013 5:32:31 PM
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Just couldn't resist a little good-natured ribbing of one of my favorite engineers!!<G>

David Ashton
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Re: New Look
David Ashton   7/3/2013 5:29:28 PM
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@Karen hi....

> Are you sure you're wearing your reading glasses? when that happens? <G>

You're so funny.... :-)

>  If you care to document it

I have done along with some ideas on why it is happening, might help.  I'll email you (I took a screen shot which won't fit here)

Cheers // David

 

 

kfield
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Re: Its horrible
kfield   7/3/2013 4:45:03 PM
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Thanks for your post. We are working feverishly to find a way to expose "Max's Cool Beans" content once again. It's great to hear from so many of his fans.

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New look of EE Times - the return of Spaghetti code
chipmonk0   7/3/2013 2:07:45 PM
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Did you ever hear that one about " if it ain't broke don't fix it " ?

 

Oh sorry, forgot that EE Times, EDN, EBN,.. have all been bought up by some UK based conglomerate.

 

Sort of the the truly evil EMPIRE ( revived by Thatcherite Financial finagles ) STRIKES BACK !! 

Ironic, all this the day before July 4 th

kfield
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Re: New Look
kfield   7/3/2013 10:49:23 AM
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Hi David - I have not experienced a small box when adding a comment or replying to one. Are you sure you're wearing your reading glasses? when that happens? <G> If you care to document it if you happen to know what you did the next time it happens, I can ask our developers to take a look at it.

Olaf Barheine
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Re: Really nice, but...
Olaf Barheine   7/3/2013 2:37:01 AM
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Thank you. Everything is fine. :-)

resistion
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Re: Old thread reply hierarchies deleted
resistion   7/2/2013 10:49:11 PM
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Great, thanks!

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