Posted by Banzai (U1158734) on Thursday, 2nd December 2004
Maybe I'm just thick or maybe it's because I've just got back from a Christmas project booze-up but this doesn't seem as good as it was before. I mean, how on Earth am I supposed to tell if someone has replied to one of my caustic comments?
Posted by Donna (U226761) on Thursday, 2nd December 2004
If you click on "Your Page" you'll see if someone replied to your post.
I'd rather get notified like we used to, on the other board.
Posted by Pattie O'Dors (U1174601) on Friday, 10th December 2004
I didn't realise that urls were now OK. This is a massive leap forward for the BBC and someone, somewhere deserves a pat on the back.
May I now refer the BBC designers to the Lonely Planet site at:
1) employs easily readable colour structures
2) is quite well laid out
3) is working well
and where the designers seem to mix it with the punters and exchange ideas to their mutual benefit.
Personally I am anti-threading, not so much because on smaller discussions it's not a good idea, but more that on larger threads it becomes a nightmare, especially if one of the mods decides to jumble stuff up in the middle of the night ! It's also confusing if a poster replies to two or more other posters in one message.
Posted by RodgerDrains (U14733374) on Wednesday, 12th January 2011
Now there's a thing. Just having a little browse around POV history and what did I find...........................a thread from December 2004 with a whole load of complaints about the cganges the BBC made to the Board at that time.............<doh>
What goes around.......comes around as they say....................<laugh><laugh>
Posted by OfficerDibble (U1158251) on Wednesday, 12th January 2011
Perhaps we should direct David and DD to this thread and say it is the list of unresolved issues with the boards....
to little real estate, difficult to read, big gaps of white, no professional functions, no threading, ....
6 years on, and the ONLY improvement is a partial Search (which I suggested 6 years ago). Everything else has been a retrograde step.
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