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 10-22-2000, 07:46 Post: 20744
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I like having the new message window so I can easily re-read a post while writing a response. The window probably is Java based and may be presenting some problems for Netscape 4.7. Netscape hung on me once and then wouldn't access any site until Windows was re-loaded. I'm not sure I can make a reply using Netscape. I am unable to make entries in the response form, and for some reason, my browser 'view' was reset several times.






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 10-22-2000, 10:08 Post: 20747
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I am working on fixing the Netscape issue, I have fixed some of it. You should be able to post now. I am working to resolve the removal of the menu buttons in the Parent Page. The IE version seems to be working fine. If you can please use IE for until this is resolved.






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 10-22-2000, 12:11 Post: 20748
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I believe the Netscape Posting and UI issue have been resolved. Let me know if you are still experiencing problems.






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 10-22-2000, 17:48 Post: 20758
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I like the new window. It is certainly faster. I am running Netscape 4.7. The only small problem I have noted is that the link to messages I have already read no longer changes color. Not much of a problem as long as my memory holds out. It is great to be able to see the post you are replying to.






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 10-22-2000, 19:57 Post: 20769
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Please, bring back the good 'ol days. This is no faster, and a small window, and the 'back' button on the mouse does not take one back (have to X to close the window) and the 'read' messages are not highlighted. There must be some plusses somewhere, but I don't find them. Sorry, but my two cents of whine, whine.






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 10-23-2000, 01:02 Post: 20780
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These new windows load LOTS faster on my system. I'm running I.E. 5.0 as a browser.






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 10-23-2000, 10:35 Post: 20783
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Works for me with Netscape 4.75 - at least it seems to work if this gets posted. I like the popup as it is much faster and I do not have to wait for the window to reload like in the past when you go back to the list. I have a 1 megabyte interface]






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 10-23-2000, 14:10 Post: 20787
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It certainly is faster. I would like to see two things: 1) a bigger window and/or the ability to resize and 2) change the color of the hotlink so that I can determine the last posting I previously looked at - I use the color of the link rather than date/time to get a quick visual indicator of what I already reviewed.






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 10-23-2000, 16:47 Post: 20795
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I don't like it because of the way I surf. I go through a message board and open every thread I want to read in a new window. Then, the new windows can be loading while I am reading, I never have to wait at all...

With the new pop-up window, every thread opens in the same pop-up window and I have to wait for it to load before I can read So Sad

Also, the unresizeable feature is pretty painful.






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 10-23-2000, 21:06 Post: 20808
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I like the separate window, but I too would like to control the window size.
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