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    I don't like this drop-down thing...

    I always just click that at the end of the post. One click. Now it is 2 clicks! that's 200% the effort! .

    Maybe a click-and-hold triggered dropdown? So if you click it, it goes to the old newposts page. If you click and hold it down, then that menu appears.

    Or even better, just make a checkbox in the user's control panel, that selects between ajax and the old. I think that would be best actually.
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    sorry not liking, I normally just click new posts and sit back. Now it's click, wait, click again.

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    I thought the same thing when it was done to the user control panel button, used to be one click, now 2.. got used to it I guess...

    hey I just noticed something... if you click one of the drop down links, then mouse over any of the others on the top bar the dropdowns then auto pop open.... a great idea would be to always have them drop open on mousover... then best of both worlds, more options organised but still one click acess that would be good I think...

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    changed back to two links at the top of the page

    I do find it amazing that none of you have even so much as remarked on the entire new profile system...lol
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    I love this.... but I'd like the option to open a new window rather than reuse so I can keep the ISpy window open at all times.

    Terran

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    I realy like this
    someone wanna do a google home page plugin of this? would make a nice addition to my always-visible personalised google page!

    or how about a snap-in code. like "paste this html" here sorta thing. then when you click on a heading, it brings you here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedGTiVR6 View Post
    changed back to two links at the top of the page
    Better

    Quote Originally Posted by RedGTiVR6 View Post
    I do find it amazing that none of you have even so much as remarked on the entire new profile system...lol

    Haven't had chace to play yet.


    OH, I get a syntax error on line 337 BTW (with IE, for some reason I have managed to enable debugging on this PC and can't turn the ****ing thing off )

    DC had something similar, but I found it hard to find anyone on it, may not have been set up very weell though.


    Quote Originally Posted by ccsnet View Post
    I love this.... but I'd like the option to open a new window rather than reuse so I can keep the ISpy window open at all times.

    Terran

    Right click, open in new window

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    Yes I do like the 2 single links. Makes me wonder what else we can shove onto the top bar!

    Maybe if post count < 5, then the "New to CarPC's, start here" thread should show up.

    And with the 2 links, I find myself clicking both just to see the "cool" factor of the shaded ajax!

    also, isn't ajax some sort of bleach filled chemical powder? Seems odd to name a language after it!
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    Ajax stands for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML
    thats the reasoning behind the name.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quattro View Post
    Ajax stands for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML
    thats the reasoning behind the name.
    I know that!

    wasn't being serious.
    Fusion Brain Version 6 Released!
    1.9in x 2.9in -- 47mm x 73mm
    30 Digital Outputs -- Directly drive a relay
    15 Analogue Inputs -- Read sensors like temperature, light, distance, acceleration, and more
    Buy now in the MP3Car.com Store

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