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Old 07 October 2008, 02:24   #61
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Thanks for your comments Bigmuz, you have made a quiet night shift on a rig in the North Sea go a bit quicker.
There you go .. some interaction for you .. glad you enjoyed it

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P.s Directors, down in Cornwall are called traffic wardens
Well thats a lot more pleasant than what they get called in Glasgow let me tell you
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I love Ribnet just the way it is - the best sites in the World are the simplest - look at Google for example!!!
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JK, see that wee line at the bottom of the page where you've added 'Top of Page', is it possible to add, 'New Posts' to that? If it is, could it be added please? Or, even better, a duplicate of the quick links at the top of the page.
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Don't see any reason why not. I wonder how much use the previous and next links get - maybe I could do away with them to free up some space.

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I wonder how much use the previous and next links get
None AFAIK.. perhaps others might enlighten .. but Id be interested to see a full link to threads button at the bottom too

Anyway John what about this multi quote button .. we need this one
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Old 07 October 2008, 18:18   #66
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I wonder how much use the previous and next links get - maybe I could do away with them to free up some space.
Never even noticed they were there until you posted that you had put a more prominent "top" of page link in! But that part of the screen isn't cluttered anyway?

Not sure if people know that the keys [HOME] and [END] will take you to the top or bottom of the page (in IE anyway). Might save some RSI with the scroll bar!
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Never even noticed they were there until you posted that you had put a more prominent "top" of page link in! But that part of the screen isn't cluttered anyway?
As Polwart and Bigmuz too.

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Not sure if people know that the keys [HOME] and [END] will take you to the top or bottom of the page (in IE anyway). Might save some RSI with the scroll bar!
Neat. Ta.
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JK - does the vBulletin have an option to display attached images in (what I think is called) a lightbox rather than opening a new window? Not sure if there are downsides to that (I am sure you will tell me if there are) - but I certainly find it quicker on other sites when the pop up lightbox appears rather than a new browser window.
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It does. I was looking at it the other day and it's on my to-do list. I'll need to do edit the templates though to use it and I haven't had the time to dig that deep yet.

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Sorry read pg 1, got bored then flicked to the end.

I think change may not be a good thing, look what's hapened to Facebook, its now pants.

Anyway, it will cost to change and you may end up loosing data moving to another forum layout/server!
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