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Old 07 June 2011, 19:06   #1
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Quick Reply box - shrink/expand arrow missing

A little request please, see how there is a little up arrow on some panels to shrink/expand them, can I have one on the Quick Reply pane to shrink it to nothingness? Ta.
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Old 07 June 2011, 19:09   #2
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A little request please, see how there is a little up arrow on some panels to shrink/expand them, can I have one on the Quick Reply pane to shrink it to nothingness? Ta.
It's already got one hasn't it?
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Well sumone musta nicked mine.

Edit: I don't mean the little double arrows which make the quick reply into a diatribe reply, I mean one like wot the Posting Rules pane has.
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Don't you have the arrow on the right hand side of the dark blue bar that says "Quick Reply"? You should have
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No I don't, that's why I wus askin.
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No I don't, that's why I wus askin.
OK, we'll try to track it down for you. What browser are you using?
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I wonder if JW is having the same issue as I'm seeing, which I'm currently putting down to different versions of IE displaying the site in different ways.

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At home the 'wave' design down the side of the different sections is very Light Blue if there are no new posts, and has a couple of small Dark Blue bits in it if there is a new post.

At work it is a sort of Mid Blue with no new posts, and has dark blue bits plus Red bits if there is a new post. The Red bits do not appear at home at all.

Itís obviously not a problem as I know whatís what, but it is an inconsistency.

My main issue is how slow the site is now at home, which Iím not getting with other sites.
I think that the extra content is slowing it down, and my terrible connection just canít cope with it. Not a lot can be done about it really.

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OK, we'll try to track it down for you. What browser are you using?
Ok, ta. Firefox.
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I wonder if JW is having the same issue as I'm seeing, which I'm currently putting down to different versions of IE displaying the site in different ways.

For example.
At home the 'wave' design down the side of the different sections is very Light Blue if there are no new posts, and has a couple of small Dark Blue bits in it if there is a new post.

At work it is a sort of Mid Blue with no new posts, and has dark blue bits plus Red bits if there is a new post. The Red bits do not appear at home at all.

Itís obviously not a problem as I know whatís what, but it is an inconsistency.
Actually it's because we've been trying different versions of those graphics, so it's not a browser issue. We've nearly got to ones I'm happy with!
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Ok, ta. Firefox.
Hmm. What version? It's working fine for me in Firefox.
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